The Next-Gen MacBook Air: Why the Rumored Apple M3 Chip Makes it a Must-Buy

According to reports from China Times (via Wccftech), Apple’s upcoming M3 chip is said to pack more power than initially anticipated. This development could bode well for the next-generation MacBook Air. The M3-series chip is expected to utilize TSMC’s N3E 3-nanometer process, which is a more advanced production process than previously speculated. This upgrade is a welcome change for Apple, as it means that the company will be the first to use this advanced process node. This development could lead to the next MacBook Air and iPad Pro being significantly more powerful than their predecessors, making them attractive options for those seeking high-performance laptops and tablets.