Apple’s new MacBook Air with M2 chips has been made available for pre-order since July 8 and will be officially unveiled on July 15. Due to time zone differences, the first customers in New Zealand and Australia have already received the new devices.
Since there is no Apple retail store in New Zealand, Australian users can be the first to purchase the M2MacBook Air from Apple’s offline store. Customized models can, of course, only be ordered online.
Due to the extremely high demand combined with the production reduction problem caused by the supply chain disruption, the M2 MacBook Air delivery time was delayed after the order was opened, which shows that the new device is currently in short supply. At the moment, due to short supply, the M2 MacBook Air will not ship until mid to late August if you order it online.
After New Zealand and Australia, the MacBook Air will ship in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and North America. The MacBook Air 2022 starts at $1,199, and the previous generation MacBook Air with the M1 chip still starts at $999.
Apple says the new MacBook Air has a new slim design, four sleek looks, a larger 13.6-inch Liquid Retina display, a 1080p HD camera, support for MagSafe charging, and more powerful features.
The MacBook Air with the M2 chip features a more powerful 8-core CPU and up to 10-core graphics to help users get more done faster. The new MacBook Air’s 100GB/s unified memory bandwidth and support for high-speed unified memory up to 24GB make the new MacBook Air ideal for larger, more complex workflows.
Users who bought this M2 Macbook Air National Bank version have already received a logistics message yesterday, which says: “You have a courier from Apple sent. Please check your receipt information.” In addition, the Apple Apple Store app shows the M2 Macbook Air device as shipped.