The 2022 MacBook Air could come with a new… name

The MacBook air is expected to have a redesign updated to the times. The thinnest and thinnest model of Mac notebooks, it may undergo a major makeover for next year. So at least several analysts suggest it. However, what they have not mentioned is that it could come with a new name. A change not only in the interior and exterior but also in the way of calling.

We understand that analysts when they say that we will see a new redesigned MacBook Air are referring to the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. Also that they can include the Notch design on the screen as they have done the new MacBook Pro presented last day 18. You can even expect a new design in its external appearance. But what we could not figure out is one of the changes that is also rumored. Your name change.

This other big change refers to the name, which it would become simply a MacBook. It is speculated that Apple could eliminate the Air name in the new models that can be presented next year. In this way the lonely name of MacBook would be brought back. So at least the analyst or expert on Apple issues says, Dylandkt, as he stated through his Twitter account.

The last time Apple simply used the MacBook name was in 2015. With a 12-inch laptop that strongly competed with the Air model itself. This idea lasted until 2019 when it stopped manufacturing and selling and that year the new 13-inch MacBook Air Retina was launched, which had a lower price and improved specifications. If these rumors are finally fulfilled, Apple would stay with the MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Pro, and Mac mini.

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