Apple’s New MacBook Air Could Sport Spectrum Of Pastels Just Like iMac
By Alexa Heah, 11 May 2021
Image via Daria Photostock / Shutterstock.com
Last month at Apple’s Spring Loaded event, the tech giant launched the new iMacs which came in a whole slew of vibrant colors.
According to recent reports, it now seems that the new MacBook Air range could be just as colorful.
Jon Prosser, a YouTuber and tech analyst who previously leaked the iMac refresh, claims Apple has plans to introduce the vibrant hues “for average consumers.”
Prosser has also made a YouTube video showcasing renders for the possible new MacBook Air. And while nothing has been confirmed, his previous renders of the iMac and AirTag proved to be rather accurate.
Similar to the iMac, Apple seems to have taken pastel hues and applied them to the MacBook Air as well.
And instead of the old black borders, this iteration could come with white borders instead. The keyboard itself could be white too!
Catch a glimpse of the MacBook Air’s anticipated new look below.
see you in an hour 😘 pic.twitter.com/3eaVIh8ycy— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) May 10, 2021
MacBook Air 2021 Concept— Ian Zelbo (@RendersbyIan) May 5, 2021
What do you think about the white borders? pic.twitter.com/26KyYIBITe
Looking at the MacBook Air leaks from @jon_prosser they honestly look amazing. If this is anything close to the final version I think a lot of people will love it. I personally prefer darker colors and black keys and bezels but for a more playful design the white works perfectly pic.twitter.com/OQgrOPLmJo— Michael (@CyberOctoling) May 10, 2021
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