During its WWDC 2022 event last week, Apple unveiled its M2 chip and redesigned MacBook Air, which received much attention, though it may not be the first laptop with a new CPU to buy. Apple will also be offering the M2 within the standard Touch Bar-equipped 13-inch Macbook Pro, which will be available for preorder from Friday, June 17, before the new MacBook Air sells in July.
We have a good comparison chart so that you can refer to the capabilities of this laptop compared to the new Air and 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro laptops updated last year to offer M1 Max and M1 Ultra CPU options. Apple suggests active, airless Air for choosing this model for people who have a lot of hard work or enjoy solid 3D games on their Mac.
However, compared to the Air, the 13-inch MacBook Pro starts with a high-priced $ 1,299 model with eight M2 CPUs with 10 GPU cores, 8 G.B. of RAM, and 256GB SSD, making it complicated. one compliment other than MagSafe, a 1080p webcam, or further design enhancement. For an extra cost, you can choose up to 24 G.B. of RAM ($ 400 option) or up to 2 T.B. drive ($ 800), and Apple claims it has a relatively long battery life and Wi-Fi 6. However, the 14-inch MacBook Pro costs $ 1,999, so if you have the skills and design of the “Pro,” this is a cheaper option.
If this is your choice, you can order it this week and wait for the international shipment to begin on June 24.