Apple may release 15.5-inch MacBook Air in April: equipped with M2 chip
According to previous revelations by display analyst Ross Young, Apple will release a supersized 15.5-inch MacBook Air in April of this year, the largest size in the history of the series.
Currently, Apple's supply chain companies have begun producing 15.5-inch display panels for it.
According to the latest news from overseas supply chains, the product will be equipped with a traditional LCD panel, with no chance of upgrading to OLED, and Apple will only bring screen material upgrades to MacBook Air in 2024 at the earliest.
Of course, in addition to the super-sized screen, the new MacBook Air will also be equipped with Apple's M2 chip, and is expected to carry a Pro version.
This chip uses TSMC's second-generation 5nm process, with a total of 40 billion transistors integrated inside, an increase of nearly 20% over the M1 Pro chip, and double that of the M2 chip.
On the GPU side, the M2 Pro's GPU has up to 19 cores, three more cores than the M1 Pro chip, and uses a larger L2 cache. The graphics processing speed is 30% faster than the M1 Pro chip, and the image processing performance is greatly improved, delivering a gaming console-like experience.
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