As it was tipped earlier, Apple’s latest iMac lineup comes in a range of colours and sports a sleek design.
Then, last week Jon Prosser — the YouTuber who has been often correct when it comes to giving tips about what Apple is working on — claimed that the Cupertino-based tech giant is set to bring a similar choice of colours to its next MacBook Air too.
Now, Prosser has shed more light on the design elements of the upcoming MacBook Air revealing render images on the basis of leaked images his sources provided.
As per Prosser, the colours of the MacBook Air will be similar to the colour seen on the iMac stand, which is slightly more subtle instead of the bold colours of the back of the iMac.
If the new render images are to be believed, the upcoming MacBook Air laptop will get rid of the tapered edge and instead offer a flat-edged design that resembles the iPad Pro and iPad Pro.
Additionally, it appears that Apple may offer white bezels, which is also expected to be seen as the colour of the keyboard and keys.
Last month, a report by TrendForce had claimed that Apple is going to launch 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro in the second half of 2021. Both of these models are expected to offer a Liquid Retina XDR display — just as the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Back in January, a report by MacRumors that cites reliable tipster and former KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had claimed that Apple’s MacBook Pro — expected to be powered by M1 processor — models are set to launch in the third quarter of 2021 offering 14 and 16-inch size options.
Kuo had also said that the upcoming two models in the MacBook Pro lineup will come with “the most significant design update to the MacBook Pro in the last five years.”
The report had claimed that both the models are expected to offer a flat-edged design, similar to the iPhone 12.