Apple to launch new Macbook range and bring back MagSafe charging feature on them

We already know that Apple is working on a new design for the upcoming Macbook Air and Pro models, where they might change the keyboard design, display, and a lot more. Now as per the reports, the company is also looking to launch a more premium version of the Macbook Air with the M1 processor in November. With this, Apple will finally move the MacBook Air away from the Intel Chipsets. 

The company is already prepping up to add a lot of new features to the Macbook Air and one of these features has been rumored to be the magnetic charging system called MagSafe. The MagSafe feature will not only be used in the Macbook Air but also in the Pro version. It was earlier used in Macbook Air models a couple of years back, but then it was changed to USB-C charging port. However, with the introduction of MagSafe in the iPhone 12 series, the company is finally bringing it back to their notebooks.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TFI said that Apple is already planning to launch two new Macbook Pro models with 14 and 16-inch screens and will also have the MagSafe charging system. Apart from this feature, the company is also looking to add the iMac with FaceID which means that you will be able to unlock your system with just a glance. The company has not yet revealed all their cards, but it is expected that the new Macbook range is going to offer a lot more than before.

SourceCnbc

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