Apple put a 2022 processor in a 2016 computer, critics say about the new MacBook Pro 13, which should be available from July.
The new MacBook Pro has the exact same chassis as the 13-inch MacBook Pro M1 released in 2020 / Photo: freepik.com, www.theverge.com
Examining the current market for “apple” products, we can say –The new M2 MacBook Pro 13 has the exact same chassis as the 13-inch MacBook Pro M1released in 2020.
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The HDMI ports, SDXC slots, and MagSafe charging that Apple installed on MacBook Pro models released in late 2021 are not here. Basically from 2020 There was only one change made to the MacBook Pro: it has a new processor.
Apple has also added a 24GB memory option, speakers now support Spatial Audio, the jack has expanded support for high-impedance headphones, and the adapter is as much as six watts more powerful.
But the main thing in this laptop is the processorA: Like the M1, the M2 uses Apple’s custom Arm silicon. It has more transistors than the M1, more memory bandwidth and an updated media engine, as well as additional GPU cores (10 versus eight for the M1).
The heart of this laptop is the processor: like the M1, the M2 uses Apple’s special Arm silicon. / Photo: www.theverge.com
Price-wise, the MacBook Pro with M2 consistently trades a few hundred dollars below its more powerful and modern 14-inch sibling. But for those few hundred dollars, you’re buying a bunch of perks that will especially useful for professional users, including a bigger screen, MagSafe, more ports, and all the extra cores.
The M1 Pro CPU also has more performance-oriented cores, while the M2 has more efficient cores designed to improve battery life.
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