Next MacBook Air design uncovered in iMac colors with a flat chassis and an updated keyboard

Jon Prosser has uncovered more insights concerning the as far as anyone knows last design of the MacBook Air. Not at all like the renders that Prosser shared a week ago, these depend on photographs that he professes to have seen of a pre-production model. There are a few caveats to the design appeared, however.

From one perspective, Prosser has not seen what the display resembles past its white bezels. As needs be, the bezel size is a guess, similar to the port selection. Consequently, the next MacBook Air may feature a MagSafe charging port, as we have talked about already.

Then again, Prosser professes to have been shown the bottom of the gadget, which has two rubber feet mounted on its short sides. Also, the new MacBook Air has a flat design, shunning the tightened design of the current and past models.

Obviously, Apple has adopted full-sized function keys, as well. While this appears to be a minor update, it has pushed the keyboard towards the bottom edge, limiting the trackpad’s maximum size. Also, all keys will be white, another visual change for the MacBook Air.

Without a doubt, the best draw of the next MacBook Air will be the various colours where Apple will sell it. In general, it appears to be that Apple will rotate the MacBook Air’s colors to that of the new iMac. Apple is relied upon to launch the next MacBook Air with a M2 SoC. Notwithstanding, Prosser attests that the gadget won’t show up after the expected time 2021 at the soonest.