Apple Plans 15-Inch MacBook Air for 2023 and New 12-Inch Laptop – Bloomberg

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The new 13.6-inch MacBook Air featuring the M2 chip that Apple announced earlier this week.

Apple Inc. plans to expand the lineup of laptops using its new, speedier in-house chips next year, aiming to grab a bigger share of the market, people with knowledge of the matter said.
The company is working on a larger MacBook Air with a 15-inch screen for release as early as next spring, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the plans aren’t public. This would mark the first model of that size in the MacBook Air’s 14-year history. Apple is also developing what would be its smallest new laptop in years.