Tomorrow, starting at seven in the afternoon, a new virtual Apple event will begin. This time it will be to inaugurate the week of the WWDC 2022long-awaited by developers working on apps for devices designed in Cupertino.
And if the rumors are true, in said keynote, Tim Cook and his team will present the new MacBook Air. And one of the rumors that have emerged these days is that the new laptop will not be presented in the range of colors that Apple has accustomed us lately. It will only come in space gray, silver, and champagne.
The well-known leaker of Apple rumors Mark Gurman, posted yesterday on his Twitter account that the new MacBook Air that "presumably" will be presented tomorrow at the WWDC 22 keynote will not have the finishes of the iMac M1, as had been rumored for a long time.
Gurman has explained that he thinks the new MacBook Air will only come out in three different finishes: Space gray, silver and color champagne. And that he would like it to at least also be finished in blue, his favorite Apple color. We will see.
Apple inaugurated a range of aluminum colors with the 2020 iPad Air. Pink, apple green, sky blue, became fashionable. And with the arrival of the new 1-inch iMac M24, the colors green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue and silver appeared.
All the previous rumors pointed out that the new MacBook Air would follow this same range of colors inaugurated in the current iMac M1, but yesterday's tweet from Mark Gurman demolishes this theory, returning to the company's classic aluminum finishes: space gray , silver, and gold (a champagne color).
Tomorrow Monday from seven p.m Spanish time, we will leave doubts. We'll see if Gurman was finally right or not.