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Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) Will Introduce A Lighter And Thinner MacBook Air in H2 2022

Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) is working on a new design and plans to launch a new thinner and lightweight MacBook Air in H2 2022. The new laptop will come with MagSafe, a magnetic charging system.

The new high-end laptops will come with its next-generation Mac processor. Apple will shrink the borders around the screen to make it 13”. Its thickness is half an inch and weighs just 2.8 pounds. The new model will have 4 USB ports to connect external devices.

Unlocks with face recognition

Ming Chi-Kuo of TFI, a top analyst of Apple, said the company plans to unveil two new MacBook Pro laptops with 14” and 16” screens this year. Each laptop boasts a MagSafe charging system. Apple will also introduce iMac with Face recognition to unlock the PC. It uses an SD Card slot. The SD card slot allows the photographers to remove the SD card from Camera and load it onto Mac.

The new laptop will not have a touch bar. However, it will provide cellular connectivity.

Uses MagSafe in iPhone 12 Models

Apple already used MagSafe in its earlier laptops because it uses a pop-out charger for easy charging and prevents damage. The company also used MagSafe in iPhone 12 mobile phones.

iPhone 12 lineup allows capturing panoramic views of the night sky, cityscapes, and portraits with its advanced camera system. It also boasts the fastest chip – A14 Bionic for computational photography.

iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 boasts a dual-camera system together with an innovative wide camera and expansive ultra-wide camera. It allows capturing videos and photos in low light conditions with 27% more light. The two new models also feature deep fusion and night mode.

The two new models use ML (machine learning) to adjust texture, contrast, white balance, and saturation of the photo to get natural-looking images.

Adds Monica Lozano to its board of directors

Apple added its president – Monica Lozano to its board of directors. She played leadership roles in the private and public sectors. Before taking up a role at College Futures Foundation as CEO, Lozano worked for 30 years in the media industry as a publisher and editor of the Spanish language newspaper – La Opinion in the US.

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