First orders for Apple's M2 MacBook Air begin shipping

The new Apple MacBook Air equipped with the M2 processor will be officially launched on July 15. The first orders placed last Friday have now begun to be shipped. The user of the delivery issued a shipping notification.

In the US, many users who have purchased a MacBook Air may still see "Order in Progress", but have actually shipped, if you haven't received an official shipping notification from Apple, you can use UPS My Choice or refer to the number to track the shipment.

Although Apple's official website is still accepting new orders, the delivery date is extended to 4-5 weeks at the latest, which means that users may not be able to get the new machine until mid-August.

For those unable to place an order, Apple retail stores may have some stock available on launch day, though supplies are expected to be limited.

The starting price of the MacBook Air equipped with the M2 chip is 9,499 yuan. In addition to the M2 chip, the new machine also has a thinner and lighter body, new color options, and a larger display. Support MagSafe charging and more.

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