Investment firm Morgan Stanley reports that one of Apple’s suppliers, Quanta Computer, has begun ramping up production of new MacBooks. In the second quarter of this year, the company predicts a significant increase in the number of assembled laptops, compared to the first quarter.

It is expected that this is related to the new MacBook Air 15″ model, which should be presented in a couple of weeks at the WWDC 2023 conference. The laptop will receive an M2 chipset and, in fact, will be an enlarged version of the 13-inch model that debuted during last year’s WWDC.

Most likely, the MacBook Air 15″ will be the only new laptop that Apple will introduce next month. Devices with M3 chips should be presented at the end of this year or already next year, and the MacBook Pro line was updated not so long ago.

Mark Gurman confirms these predictions: “As part of watchOS 10, the company is planning to bring back widgets and make them a central part of the interface. This new strategy will debut at WWDC in June, alongside the unveiling of iOS 17, macOS 14, the 15-inch MacBook Air, and, of course, the much-anticipated mixed-reality headset.”