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New MacBook Air With 3nm M3 Chip Rumored to Launch in Second Half of 2023

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  • According to a report from Taiwanese publication DigiTimes, Apple plans to release a new MacBook Air in the second half of 2023, which may be equipped with a 3nm chip.
  • This chip would likely be Apple's next-generation M3 chip, which would offer faster performance and improved power efficiency compared to Apple's current 5nm chips.
  • The report does not provide any additional details about the MacBook Air or a more specific launch timeframe.
  • Apple's chipmaking partner TSMC started mass production of 3nm chips in late December.
  • The M3 chip in the next MacBook Air could be one of Apple's first 3nm chips alongside the A17 Bionic chip in iPhone 15 Pro models later this year.
  • Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro will also be updated with 3nm M3 Pro and M3 Max chips in 2024.
  • It's worth noting that these are the same DigiTimes authors who claimed that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips would be "delayed" beyond early 2023, which was incorrect.
  • Display industry analyst Ross Young last month claimed that a 15-inch MacBook Air would be released in the first half of 2023.

Read more at: https://www.macrumors.com/2023/01/18/macbook-air-3nm-chip-2023-rumor/

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