The 15-inch MacBook Air with the M2 and M2 Pro CPUs could be released by Apple in “early April,” according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in the past. However, our sources claim that the 15-inch model will feature the same entry-level M3 CPU as the next 13-inch MacBook Air. Like M1 and M2, the chip will include an 8-core Processor.
There is no proof that the next MacBook Air will come in any configurations with the M3 Pro or other more potent variants of the M3 chip. But Apple has been working on other new MacBooks as well.
With its most recent Apple Silicon chip, Apple also intends to update the 13-inch MacBook Pro. The new entry-level MacBook Pro, code-named J504, will use the same 8-core M3 processor as the new MacBook Air.
Apple even explored removing the “Pro” name from this model last year, but it appears the company has given up on the notion. An improved version of the company’s all-in-one desktop featuring the M3 chip is anticipated this year.