In the quest to make bezels smaller, companies have taken using notches and punch-holes in phones. Apple even did that to the latest MacBook Pro, a decision that some dislike. Fortunately, a source has revealed that next year's MacBook Air won't be the same.
Courtesy of LeaksApplePro, there are now some new renders of the Apple MacBook Air 2022. Allegedly, these renders are based on CAD files of the laptop, so they're supposed to be accurate. If that's true, then the new model won't have that dreaded notch. In exchange, the bezels are noticeably thicker than the ones on the MacBook Pro M1 Pro/Max.
As for the hardware specs, it's rumoured that the new MacBook Air will come with a new Apple M2 chip. Of course, Apple could also stick to using the M1 Pro chip. Besides the main chip, the new MacBook Air should also come with at least 8GB of RAM, 256GB of SSD storage, and a 13-inch mini-LED display.
Now that you've seen the new renders, do you think the laptop looks better with a larger screen with the notch or otherwise? Share your opinions in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more updates about it.