We finally have information about Apple’s potential launch timeframe for its new MacBook Air models, which have been in development for some time.

Bloomberg reports that the Cupertino-based technology giant will unveil its new MacBook Air 13-inch and 15-inch models at WWDC in June.

Apple launched its M2 chipset and MacBook Air models last year at WWDC, so it won’t come as a surprise if the company launches the new M3 chipset and MacBook Air models this year.

9to5Mac reports that the 13-inch MacBook Air, codenamed J513, is already in the works and will be powered by the yet-unannounced M3 chipset. There will also be a 15-inch MacBook Air with the codename J515, powered by the M3 processor.

According to recent reports, there won’t be any MacBook Air 15-inch models powered by the M2 and M2 Pro chips in April. The entry-level M3 chip will be used in the 15-inch MacBook Air, just like the 13-inch model.

A more powerful chip, such as the M3 Pro, is not expected for the upcoming MacBook Air models. It is also expected that Apple will launch an updated 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M3 chipset in addition to the MacBook Air.