Upcoming MacBook/MacBook Air renders reveal all-new flat design in several colors

Michail, 11 May 2021

Last month Apple unveiled its M1-powered 24” iMac which comes in a total of seven colors. The desktop features an all-new flat design with white display bezels and now John Prosser is reporting that Apple will bring a similar design to its MacBook line. We are treated to new renders which were created in collaboration with Ian Zelbo (@RedersbyIan) and depict a major redesign to Apple’s laptop line.

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Upcoming MacBook/MacBook Air renders

The device which is expected to either be the next MacBook Air or a successor to the regular MacBook is depicted in a total of seven colors just like the recently launched iMac and features squared off sides. The signature MacBook Air tapered edge is gone. The sides reveal USB-C ports while the bottom features two large rubber feet which should help keep the laptop slightly raised for better thermal management. Speaking of performance this laptop is set to debut with Apple's next-gen M2 chipset.

Moving to the screen we can see thin bezels colored in white and a webcam centered at the top. The keyboard also matches in white and packs the usual layout with a Touch ID sensor embedded in one of the keys. The trackpad looks to match those found on current MacBook laptops in terms of size.

Upcoming MacBook/MacBook Air renders reveal all-new flat design in several colors

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  • Anonymous

*USB4 with Thunderbolt 3 support There's a BIG difference in terms of data bandwidth compared to regular usb

  • s123e45

I wish they could upgrade the webcam to 1080 hp

  • Picardyn

Let them first solve all technical challenges; Attach two monitors on a MacBook Pro M1 Making sure software developers of all classes can work with Reduce the overheating issues (nice flat, but high performance and no/low cooling don't ...

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