Apple will probably continue to present the new M3 chip and MacBook Air models at this year’s WWDC given that the Apple M2 chipset and the MacBook Air models powered by it were announced there last year. The new MacBook Pro models were also launched with this chipsets. The 13-inch MacBook Air, code-named J513, is already in development and will be equipped with the as-of-yet-unannounced M3 processor. A 15-inch MacBook Air with the codename J515 and an M3 CPU will also be released by Apple.
There won’t be any 15-inch MacBook Air versions with the M2 and M2 Pro CPUs that were previously predicted to debut in April. It looks that the entry-level M3 processor, which is equivalent to the 13-inch model and has an 8-core CPU, will be used in the 15-inch MacBook Air. There will supposedly be a more powerful version of the CPUs for the forthcoming MacBook Air models, such as the M3 Pro. The brand Apple is also anticipated to release an updated 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M3 CPU in addition to the MacBook Air.