At the beginning of this month, the California-based Cupertino giant was extensively anticipated to release a renewed MacBook Air with the latest M2 processor at its Spring event. However, the company did not do it.But now, according to a couple of reports, the tech giant is functioning on the latest 15-inch MacBook Air. Nevertheless, it is not going to come anytime soon. Ross Young, a Display Supply Chain Consultant (DSCC) analyst, reported 9to5Mac that California-based intends to release MacBook Air with the latest form factors, which are going to come in the coming year.Moreover, Apple has intended to bump up the screen size of the existing 13-inch MacBook Air along with the 15-inch MacBook Air. However, we still don’t have any official details about what screen size it intends to provide. However, according to the cited source, it is going to be between 13-inch and 14-inch just. The tech giant might further remove the bezels in order to provide more screen space to users.For the time being, we don’t have any further details. Apart from that, the cited source further said that the tech giant is creating an entry-level version of the iPad also with a bit bigger display when compared to the present ones.However, the sources didn’t inform us about the exact size. Presently, the Cupertino giant is selling the budget iPad model for $ 404.99 with 10.2-inch screen size. This one comes with an A13 Bionic chipset under the hood.Additionally, the company is anticipated to release two latest MacBook models, one of which is a 13-inch MacBook Pro. A 13-inch MacBook Pro could come with the latest M2 chip that, according to reports, has an 8-core CPU along with a 9-core or 10-core GPU, which is up from the 7-core as well 8-core GPU options accessible on the M1 chip of Apple. Several reports stated that the chip is based on a minor 4nm node indicating that you could experience enhanced speed and capability developments compared with the former M1 chip.However, when it comes to the the13-inch MacBook Pro, it is likely to arrive with a similar design that the company rolls out with the older models. However, the recent model is further anticipated to compromise a Touch Bar. Nevertheless, it isn’t expected to have a notch or ProMotion display technology that the additional 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.