In April, Apple announced a much-awaited upgrade to the iMac, with a redesigned 24-inch model, with white bezels and seven new colours. According to a new rumour from Jon Prosser, Apple is now working on a MacBook Air which could follow similar design cues.
His sources claim that the company has been developing a MacBook in multiple colours. One of these is blue, one of the colours Apple is testing for “average consumers”, which could arrive in a new MacBook Air model.
Details about the next MacBook Air remain limited, but according to Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple plans to refresh the laptop in 2022 with an updated design and Mini-LED display. This design refresh could be similar to the 24-inch iMac, another product aimed at consumers, and use white accents and be available in a range of colours.
Apple’s current MacBook Air and MacBook Pro lineup uses Silver and Space Grey, with the addition of Gold for the Air. Its iPad lineup, on the other hand, features the iPad Air 4 in blue, green, pink, silver and grey, and the iPad Pro, with just silver and space grey options to select, so it’s safe to assume that new colours for consumer-based MacBook models are in the works.