Good news for those who have been anticipating the release of Apple's vibrant laptops: Beginning on July 8 at 5 AM PDT/8 AM EDT, pre-orders for the new MacBook Air M2 will be accepted.

It was initially unveiled in June at WWDC with the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro, which also uses the new M2 CPU from the tech giant, although Apple had already made the latter available.

The updated MacBook Air will begin arriving to customers globally on July 15th, so those who favor it may not have to wait that long to acquire their computers after pre-ordering them.

The redesigned MacBook Air ditches the model's distinctive wedge shape in favor of a squarer appearance like that of its Pro-tier siblings.


Although it boasts a bigger 13.6-inch Liquid Retina display, it is lighter and 20% lower in bulk than its forerunners. Additionally, it will come in four different colors: Silver, Space Gray, Midnight (a deep blue), and Starlight.

The laptop has a full row of physical function keys instead of a Touch Bar and brings back the older models' MagSafe charging port.

Users should naturally anticipate improved performance as a result of the new SoC's access to more graphics processors and bandwidth for memory.

The laptop includes a battery that, according to Apple, can allow rapid charging and last up to 15 hours of online browsing on a single charge.

The new MacBook Air with an M2 processor will start at $1,199 and be sold via shops like Adorama and B&H as well as on Apple's website.

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