This week’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) wasn’t all about operating system updates and Apple’s new mixed reality headset. Apple also revealed a number of new Macs, including a 15-inch MacBook Air as well as revamped versions of the Mac Pro and Mac Studio with Apple Silicon. All three will be available on June 13th, though you can preorder them starting today from Apple.
Where to preorder the 15-inch MacBook Air
Starting at $1,299, Apple claims the newest MacBook Air is “the world’s thinnest 15-inch laptop.” Its 15.3-inch screen boasts 500 nits of brightness, but it’s otherwise similar to last year’s redesigned 13-inch model. It comes equipped with a 1080p webcam, a MagSafe charging connector, and Apple’s base M2 chip, which is the same processor found in the 13-inch Air.
Right now, you can preorder the 15-inch MacBook Air from Apple starting at $1,299 ahead of its June 13th release date in one of four colors: dark blue, starlight, space gray, or silver. The base model comes with an eight-core CPU, 10-core GPU, 8GB RAM, and 256GB of storage. For an extra $200, you can jump up to 512GB of storage, while the 1TB version will cost you $400 more. The largest storage configuration — the 2TB version — costs $800 more than the base 256GB configuration. You can also configure the memory; it’s $200 extra for 16GB of RAM and $400 extra for 24GB.
If you prefer a smaller machine, the 13-inch M2 Air is still around and now starts at $1,099, which is $100 less than its previous price. (It’s also currently on sale at Amazon for $1,049.99.) Apple is even still selling the older M1 MacBook Air from 2020 for $999, though it’s on sale at Amazon and Best Buy right now for a mere $799.99 ($200 off).
Where to preorder the 2023 Mac Studio
The Mac Studio features Apple’s M2 Max and new M2 Ultra processor. Apple says the new Mac Studio, which dons the same design as the M1 model from last year, should be three times faster than the last-gen model, depending on the configuration you buy.
The desktop machine won’t be available until June 13th, but you can already preorder it from Apple with an M2 Max chip, a 12-core CPU, a 30-core GPU, 32GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage starting at $1,999.
Alternatively, you can preorder it from Apple with a more powerful M2 Ultra chip, a 24‑core CPU, a 60‑core GPU, 128GB of RAM, and 1TB of storage starting at $3,999. This particular model also supports up to six Pro Display XDRs and comes with Wi-Fi 6E connectivity and Bluetooth 5.3 support.
Where to preorder the 2023 Mac Pro
Like the Mac Studio, the new Mac Pro comes with Apple’s new M2 Ultra processor and sports the same design as the prior model. As a result, it can support up to 192GB of unified memory and should be significantly faster than its Intel-equipped predecessor. It’s also more capable than the previous model, with eight Thunderbolt ports, six PCI expansion slots, and two HDMI ports that support up to 8K resolution and up to 240Hz frame rates.
The new Mac Pro starts at $6,999 for the model with a 24-core CPU, 60-core GPU, 64GB RAM, and 1TB SSD. You can preorder it from Apple starting today ahead of its June 13th release date.