Apple Could Launch A 15-inch MacBook Air This Year & Apple Reduces The production of the new iPhone SE

Currently these devices have a diagonal of 13 inches. The increase in the screen could be accompanied by an increase in its internal power.

Some of the most interesting news to come out of the devious gossip world of rumor mills is that the company plans to release a 15-inch MacBook Air. In reality, it may not even be called the 'Air' MacBook, but it would at least offer a lighter, cheaper alternative to the 16-inch MacBook Pro for those who want a big screen on their laptop.

It's not the first time we've heard this rumour, but it seems more and more likely to be true thanks to the recent news from 'The Next Web' and the ever-reliable Apple leaker Ming-Chi Kuo.

Unfortunately, this device may not arrive until 2023, although it could be announced later this year.

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Many people have wanted a slightly larger MacBook Air for a long time. For some users, the thirteen inches are too small and look for slightly larger devices that can also allow great performance to consume multimedia content.

Apple Reduces The production of the new iPhone SE due to its low sales

The company could place half as many mobile phones on the market as it expected. The restriction of a market as large as China and the cessation of activity in Russia could take their toll.

Apple would have reduced the initial production of its newly released iPhone SE due to lower than expected demand. The technology giant has cut orders for the new phone from the 5 million units initially planned to 3 million, according to reports from the North American media DigitalTrends that collects a report from Nikkei Asia.

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The drop in demand has been attributed to, among other factors, rising inflation, which has curbed demand for electronics. Service interruptions in markets like China, due to COVID lockdowns, and Russia, where Apple has stopped selling its products due to the Ukraine invasion, could also play a role.

News of Apple's production adjustment came on the same day that renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo tweeted that she also believes demand for the new iPhone SE is lower than Apple originally expected, which it has done that it expects to sell between 15 and 20 million devices in the year, half of what it had planned so far.

Ming-Chi Kuo is a really reliable source, she is not usually wrong in her estimates and she has shown a great ability to anticipate the plans of the companies.

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