This followed by Apple announcing the all-new MacBook Air 2022 that runs on an M2 chip, that comes in space gray, starlight, midnight, or silver. The new MacBook Air 2022 that has two Thunderbolt ports and can be charged with Apple’s MagSafe is to be sold at AU$1,899. Apple has claimed that the new MacBook Air takes 25% less volume as the previous one, supported by its 2.7-pound weight and 13.6” display with much thinner borders. This is the largest redesign for Apple’s MacBook yet. It is also said to have an 18-hour battery-life for watching videos. Despite the release of a ‘better’ MacBook Air, post release, Apple will continue to sell the earlier MacBook Air with its M1 chip, as well.
The new MacBook Air also comes with a brand new 1080p webcam on the front of the device. This is a huge upgrade compared to its predecessor which offers a 720p webcam. On top of that, Apple is also shipping all MacBook Air units with a complementary 30W charger in the box, however users can opt to purchase a 67W power adapter from Apple for just AU$89 only. Users that purchase this charger can expect to charge up their MacBooks quickly to 80 percent charge in just the span of 20 minutes. For the step-up model of the MacBook Air priced at AU$2,349, customers will receive complementary 35W charger in the box.
When is it available?
According to Apple, the device will be available from next month onwards. If you are thinking about upgrading your current device, you can sell your used or broken Macs here.
The new MacBook Air costs 30% higher than the current MacBook Air 13 inch M1, which might not be a good buy for consumer who looking for a cheap and upgraded processor. If you are looking for cheap and reliable laptop, our editor do recommend the MacBook Air 13 inch M1, which is currently retailing at A$ 1499 and $1199 for refurbished MacBook Air M1