Apple Macbook Air M2 Launched in Apple WWDC 2022!

Apple Macbook Air M2 Launched in Apple WWDC 2022!
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In the current Apple’s WWDC (Apple Worldwide Developers Conference), which was held on the 6th of June, Apple announced some important information to us, such as the new Apple Macbook Air M2, New software in iPhone – iOS16 and WatchOS 9 for smartwatches

But the major announcement was the launch of the Apple MacBook Air M2. MacBook M2 will come with the all-new M2 chip and have major upgrades in design and specifications. 

Apple MacBook Air M2 Specifications

The laptop is powered by the latest Apple M2 chip, which will give an amazing person to the laptop. 

Apple MacBook Air M2 will receive a larger display of 13.6 inches and really thin bezels for a better experience. The display will be of 2560 x 1664 pixels resolution, will support 1 billion colours and features True Tone technology and up to 500 nits of peak brightness. The laptop will be 11mm thick and weighs 1.24 KG. Air M2 will be available in four colours – Silver, Space Grey, Starlight Gold and Midnight Blue. 

MacBook Air M2 has a 52.6 WHr of battery and can run up to 18 hrs while watching movies. The laptop comes with a 35W Dual USB-C Port power adapter, while you can also buy a charger with more power of 67W USB-C adapter separately. Additionally, with the quick-release MagSafe power connector which uses a magnet to attach the charger with a jack, the charger easily attaches and detaches. 

The notch on the display of the new 2022 MacBook Air has a Webcam of 1080p FaceTime HD now and also has brand new microphones and Dolby Atmos-supporting speakers in the design now.

Apple MacBook Air M2 Price

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