Before WWDC, Apple fans eagerly speculated on the chip powering the 15-inch MacBook Air, and now there's hope for an upgrade

The current 15-inch MacBook Air lacks innovation, with its only distinguishing feature being the larger screen size

The highly anticipated M3 chip promises significant improvements over the M2, delivering enhanced power and efficiency

The M3 chip is rumored to be made using a 3-nanometer process, surpassing the 5nm process of the M2

Early testing suggests that the M3 chip exceeds expectations, showcasing exceptional power and efficiency gains

The M3 chip may have similar CPU and GPU core counts to the M2, but the improved efficiency could make it perform even better

Alongside the 15-inch MacBook Air, the M3 chip is expected to feature in a new iMac and a refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro

f the rumors are true, Mac enthusiasts won't have to wait long to experience the game-changing capabilities of the M3 chip