The MacBook Air 2022 would also have a notch, like the new MacBook Pro

The MacBook Air expected in 2022 would also be entitled to an iPhone-style notch. According to a Chinese leaker, Apple would bet on a whole new design including a notch on its computers. We should find this famous notch on the MacBook Pro whose keynote is imminent.

To everyone’s surprise, Apple is expected to place a notch on the screen of the new MacBook Pros. A bundle of leaks and a stolen photo that appeared on Chinese social networks have evoked the presence of a notch, similar to that of iPhones, on the touchscreen of computers in recent days.

Strangely, this notch would not house no TrueDepth sensors for Face ID facial recognition. MacBooks should again be content with a TouchID fingerprint reader. This notch would be part of an all new design developed by Apple engineers. We will be fixed on the presence of this notch, and its usefulness, during the keynote on Monday, October 18, 2021 at 7 p.m.

Will Apple generalize the notch on its computers?

As the keynote approaches, information that appeared last August has resurfaced. On a Chinese forum, a leaker named Ty98 claimed that the future MacBook Air, expected in the course of the year 2022, would also be entitled to a notch on the screen. When the leak was published, this information had not been massively relayed. Without proof, it seemed inconceivable that Apple would place an iPhone-like notch on the screen of its computers.

Since then, many leaks of all kinds have come to attest to the presence of the notch on the MacBook Pro screen. If this information is confirmed, it’s a safe bet that Apple will reuse the new design, including the notch, on its future computers. For now, however, we invite you to take this information with a grain of salt. There is still no 100% reliable information proving the presence of this distinctive element, launched in 2017 on the iPhone X.

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Moreover, the future MacBook Air would be powered by an Apple M2 chip. The Silicon Valley giant would offer a host of colors similar to those of the iMac 2021, flat and angular iPhone-like edges, and a Mini-LED panel, like on the last iPad Pro, rather than on an LCD or AMOLED screen. . We’ll tell you more as soon as possible.

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