A new 15-inch MacBook model will possibly launch around the second quarter of 2023 or later based on the intelligence gathered by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Based on Kuo’s tweet, the new 15-inch MacBook could possibly have an M2 and M2 Pro option. The analyst even predicted earlier that the incoming 15-inch MacBook may not be branded as a MacBook Air, but Kuo didn’t provide any supporting details regarding it.
1. New 15" MacBook would go to mass production in mid-1H23, and launch date may be 2Q23 or later.
2. New 15" MacBook may offer two CPU options, M2 (with 35W adapter) & M2 Pro (with 67W adapter).
3. I haven't heard of any plans for rumored 12" MacBook yet. https://t.co/zm09nMvG7R
— 郭明錤 (Ming-Chi Kuo) (@mingchikuo) June 15, 2022
In terms of configurations, the notebook with an M2 chip will have Apple’s new dual-port 35W power adapter while the M2 Pro chip will be partnered with a 67W adapter stated by Kuo, as reported by macrumors. Both of the power adapter options are already launching next month for the latest MacBook Air that houses the newest M2 chip.
These predictions will or may not happen, but the predictions of Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo on future Apple products are accurate enough, making him one of the most reliable sources of Apple rumors. To get to know about the analyst, click here.