The news agency picked up whispers that Apple plans to make the redesigned MacBook Air even smaller. The new model keeps the 13.3" display but Apple reportedly plans to make the borders around the screen even smaller.
Plans to make a 15-inch MacBook Air have reportedly been shelved for the next generation. Bloomberg echoes rumors about a return of MagSafe, the magnetic charging system that was removed from the MacBook Air's feature set with the 2018 redesign. The reporter also heard Apple plans to give the new model two USB 4 ports.
The redesigned MacBook Air will reportedly coexist with the November 2020 model, it is intended as a higher-end version that will be offered at a higher cost.
Bloomberg confirms the upcoming MacBook Pro will bring back an SD memory slot. This feature was removed in 2016 to the dismay of photographers and video creators. The unpopular Touch Bar will be removed.
Apple is also experimenting with adding cellular connectivity to the Mac but this feature will not appear anytime soon.