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We've covered the pros and cons of hard and soft cases. Now we'll turn to some of the best looking MacBook Air cases. While protection and durability are still the most important considerations, finding a case that also allows you to express your individuality is a huge bonus.
We love the minimalist yet striking design of this iCasso MacBook Air case, which features sketched lines resembling two faces. This MacBook Air hard case from iCasso is even more striking than the above. Most creatives will have heard the theory that everyone has one more dominant side of their brain, with those who are 'left-brained' being more analytical and logical and those who are 'right-brained' being more artistic and creative. If you subscribe to that theory, you'll enjoy this fun and vibrant hard case.
The plastic case will protect your device from scratches, and it's easy to snap on and off, thanks to micro clips that securely fasten the skin to your MacBook Air. There are cutouts for all charging ports and vents, but note that there's no cut out for the Apple logo on the top of your device.
After a more subtle design for your MacBook Air case? You might like this option from Dongke as much as we do. Designed to resemble a composition notebook, it reflects the idea that you might open up your MacBook Air on the go to jot down ideas like we would with a notepad. After all, inspiration can strike at any moment.
It might also serve as protection against theft if you leave your laptop unattended as from a distance it really does look like a book. Note that the very specific construction of the case and the keyboard cover means this product is only compatible with models of MacBook Air with Touch ID the newest models released between and If you don't want to keep your MacBook Air in a semi-permanent shell, a sleeve still offers good protection from scuffs and scratches.
When it comes to choosing the best sleeve for the MacBook Air, it's once again hard to beat Apple's own offering, if you can afford it. The sleeve is made from luxurious high-quality French leather with a microfibre lining. As you'd expect from an official product, it fits like a glove and the quality is undeniable. Apple's case also has some stylish details, from the stitching around the edge to the debossed logo on the top.
The base even features four impressions that line up with the feet on your MacBook Air. Apple's own MacBook Air sleeve may be gorgeous, but it's also very expensive. If you're looking for a more economical option, we recommend considering this laptop sleeve from TomToc.
Whilst it's not designed specifically for the MacBook Air, it offers a great fit, and it's slim and extremely lightweight. However, it's not the most protective sleeve on the market. The sleeve has a main compartment with a soft, plush interior plus a secondary pocket for any extras. It's great value, and, as it's made from recycled plastic, environmentally friendly.
There's also a range of colours to pick from. This MacBook Air sleeve from Bellroy is up there with the very best money can buy. It's one of the more expensive on the list, but you get your money's worth. This sleeve not only offers excellent protection against damage but it has a touch of luxury not found in many other designs.
The sleeve features a magnetic bumper entry for scratch-free security and a quilted microfiber lining for extra protection. It's available in five gorgeous colours bronze being a particular favourite of ours , and is backed by a three-year warranty. If you'd prefer a soft MacBook Air case, this Tolmount leather sleeve is our recommendation. The caveat is that it's only available in the UK for the time being.
Tolmount uses premium leather so this isn't one for vegans or vegetarians and offers an impressive level of detail. The interior is padded with real wool again, not for vegans , cushioning your laptop against bumps and blows. Shock absorption is the biggest advantage of a sleeve over a hardshell case, the interior padding can be a lifesaver in the event of a drop or sudden impact. After something fancy for your MacBook Air? The Londo Genuine Leather Sleeve offers premium materials and artistic flair.
Coming in seven artsy designs, you're bound to get asked about this sleeve all the time. Again, this MacBook Air sleeve is made from real leather so it isn't suitable for vegan shoppers. The colourful patterns are woven from jacquard linen polyester or woven linen. When choosing the best MacBook Air case for your needs, the most important consideration is whether you want a hard case or skin or a soft case or sleeve.
Generally, we recommend hard cases over soft cases because of the protection they provide. Unlike a sleeve, which you need to take your device out of in order to use it, hard cases click onto your laptop and stay there, protecting your laptop from drops, bangs and spills even when you're using it. For the ultimate protection, you can use both: clipping on a permanent hard case and then slipping your encased MacBook Air into a sleeve to provide extra cushioning when you travel.
The next important consideration is compatibility. With a hard case, you need to ensure it's exactly the right size for your laptop. All of the hard cases featured in the guide above are designed to fit inch MacBook Air devices released from onwards. Manufacturers specify the exact model numbers, so always double-check before you purchase.
Soft cases, on the other hand, are more flexible and the fit doesn't need to be so precise. Once you've decided on the right MacBook Air case for you, it comes down to choosing your favourite design and deciding how much you're prepared to spend. Our list includes a couple of premium options, including Apple's own exclusive hard case and sleeve, which use superb materials and offer the peace of mind of the brand's own validation of the product, but more affordable MacBook Air cases and sleeves can still offer good protection and great value.
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Note that by January Dylan had changed his prediction to the second half of though:. It will receive a slight price increase over the previous generation. Alongside this release time frame, we will receive the redesigned M2 MacBook Air. He reiterated this launch prediction in a note to investors back in March Kuo, like other pundits, no longer thinks the new Air will arrive in the first half of In September Kuo said he expects Apple to start mass production of the redesigned MacBook Air in the late second or early third quarter of Read: Redesigned MacBook Air to begin production next summer.
Kuo then tweeted in March that he predicts production of the new MacBook Air will start in late 2Q22 or 3Q22 — so a October or November launch looks most likely. Predictions for new MacBook Air in 1. Mass production in late 2Q22 or 3Q22 2. Processor: M1 chip 3. No mini-LED display 4. All-new form factor design 5. More color options. Luckily the current model is still an excellent purchase. According to the Bloomberg report mentioned above, this new laptop will be positioned as a higher-end version of the current MacBook Air with the current models remaining on sale.
The 13in MacBook Pro are great, but should they be classed with the 14in and 16in Models that are truly pro machines? Perhaps it is time for Apple to revive the singular MacBook name and launch a model that sits in the middle. Or maybe the MacBook Air, which launched in , will be no more and the MacBook, discontinued in will return. Read: A colourful MacBook launch is coming.
He claimed that they had quite a lot of information to work with. If there is a notch at the top of the screen to accommodate the webcam, and the frame is white, then we can expect the notch to be white too. The original May renders were based on information Prosser was able to obtain at that time, for example that the bezels and keys on the keyboard are white, for example. Prosser also revealed that the tapered look that the MacBook Air is famed for will be no more.
Instead it will have a flat design and the case will be only fractionally thicker than a USB-C socket, of which Prosser indicated there are two. The 24in iMac comes in seven different colours: blue, green, pink, silver, yellow, orange and purple.
Read more about the information used by Prosser to create the images here: First look at colourful MacBook Air. In an August note to investors Kuo claims that Apple plans to give customers more colour choices with the new MacBook Air. More here: Redesigned, colourful MacBook Air on way, says analyst. In a Bloomberg article from January Mark Gurman described how the upcoming MacBook Air will be thinner and lighter while maintaining the current 13in screen size.
In order to achieve this Apple will reduce the size of the bezels around the screen. The closest we can get to a prediction of how much smaller the MacBook Air could be while maintaining the same screen size is to look at the 16in MacBook Pro compared to the 15in model. When Apple updated the design of its larger MacBook Pro it increased the size of the screen partly by reducing the bezel size and partly by increasing the size of the Mac itself.
But this time the plan appears to be to keep the screen size the same while shaving a little off the edges. So we could be looking at around The optimum keyboard size. Other clues come from the past: back in Apple discontinued the 11in MacBook Air. You might be thinking that would have been tiny, but the measurements were 30cm x The other dimension that could change is how narrow the MacBook Air is. According to the Bloomberg report from January mentioned above, Apple actually considered making a 15in version of the MacBook Air, but scrapped that idea.
However, just over a year later it seems that the 15in MacBook Air could be in the works at Apple. Nor is it the first time Apple has sold two sizes of MacBook Air — previously there was a smaller 11in model the 13in model is now almost as small as the 11in model was. Young told 9to5Mac that the new 15in model will be a variant of the MacBook Air that will not replace the current model, but complement it.
He outlined his expectations for this in notes to investors in August and July