Apple has seen a partial growth in shipments of Apple products in the business year 2021 while moving forward with a lot of ideas to bring forth new products equipped with M chips; according to the recent leak from tipster Dylandkt, Apple is gearing up for an extraordinary voyage with revamped MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air a 14-inch machine will sport M2 chips likely to be land on the second quarter of 2022.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M1 was initially debuted in November 2020 apace with the Mac mini and the MacBook Air; it was one of the first Mac models to be equipped with an Apple Silicon processor. Dylandkt proves himself to be an accurate insider of Apple blueprints; the tipster predicts the MacBook Pro as an undeviating heir to the 13-inch MacBook Pro with M1.
The yet-to-be-released MacBook Pro might be equipped with a reconstructed M2 Chip. Moreover, the new MacBook will stick to the luxurious sections regarding pricing. In terms of design, it will adopt a similar structure to the preceding generation, but Apple could change the design a fleck if the highly anticipated allows it to embrace it.
The iPhone maker will also work on the touch bar and count on pro-motion technology for a 120Hz screen. Apple will introduce the new MacBook Pro powered by an M2 chip as an unseasoned collection in the Pro compartment; it is expected that M2 MacBook Pro will close the comparison from the existing 14 and 16-inch variants with M1 Pro and M1 Max appears to be tenacious as the newfound device equipped with M2.
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However, the M2 will not get the better of its Pro and Max when it’s comes to the performance of the device. Several reports claimed that a new MacBook Air Model features a boosted M2 processor a few days back. The M2 processor could come equipped with a 10-core GPU, while the performance and speed of the processor are unknown as of now. In October 2021, the tipster
DylanDKT exposed the M2 MacBook Air, asserting that it would embrace a squared-off design pretty similar to preceding generations.