Apple adds an M3 chip and functionality for multiple displays to the MacBook Air.

Apple adds an M3 chip and functionality for multiple displays to the MacBook Air.

Apple updated the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Air with speedier chips in the same thin and light design after introducing the M3 chip in the 14-inch MacBook Pro in October. Apple has upgraded the Wi-Fi from 6 to 6E and added support for up to two external screens when the lid is closed, in addition to the M3 chip, which has eight cores for the CPU and eight GPUs for the base 13-inch model and ten cores for the CPU and GPU in all higher configurations. The M3 MacBook Pro and earlier MacBook Air versions were limited to one display each.

The 13.6- or 15.3-inch Liquid Retina display, slim aluminum body, MagSafe charging, 18-hour battery life, and 1080p FaceTime HD camera are the only other differences between the new MacBook Air and the M2 variants. The same four colors—midnight, starlight, silver, and space gray—are offered for them.
The 13-inch MacBook Air and the 15-inch variant, which have 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, are priced the same at $1,099 and $1,299, respectively. The M1 model has been decommissioned, and the M2 Air has become the $999 model in its stead. This is one significant alteration to the portfolio.

Preorders for the M3 MacBook Air open today, and deliveries will start on Friday, March 8. With the statement, it seems that Apple would distribute press releases for the launching of its new products instead of holding a spring event this year. Stay tuned for updates on our ongoing wait for new iPads and the potential arrival of an M3 Mac mini this month.

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