Pre-orders for the M2 MacBook Air are being delayed at the Apple Store


Apple has temporarily disabled access to its online Apple Store while the company is “making adjustments” in preparation for the launch of preorders for the M2 MacBook Air at 5 a.m. Pacific Time on Monday.

When the new M2 MacBook Air was first unveiled at WWDC 2022, Apple stated simply that the device would be available in July. Customers can expect their first shipments a week after the company opens for business on Friday, July 15, 2022.

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It will cost $1,999 for the base model of the new M2 MacBook Air, which has undergone a complete overhaul. Everything that can be done to make it your own costs $2,499.

There are often only two or three base configuration options, although Apple offers custom options for adding extra storage, RAM, or preinstalled software. First and foremost, these personalized alternatives are likely to be sold out.

The new MacBook Air is expected to be in great demand, especially when compared to the other M2 Macs that were revealed at WWDC this year. The 13-inch MacBook Pro has received a bad reception because it is only a slight advance from the MacBook Air.

Additionally, the M2 MacBook Air will have a redesigned chassis that includes two Thunderbolt connections, a headphone jack, and MagSafe with rapid charging.

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