M2 Macbook Pro
Some 2023 MacBook Pro SSDs are Slower than 2021 Models: Report
The lower speeds appear to be caused by Apple using fewer, higher-capacity NAND packages for the onboard storage on this year's high-end MacBook Pro models
Apple’s Upcoming Mac Models Spotted on Steam
Two new Mac models recently showed up in Steam's monthly hardware survey for November 2022, listed only as "Mac 14,6" and "Mac 15,4"
Apple ‘M2 Max’ Chip Shows Up in Benchmarks Again
This time, the results represent a reassuring 15.5% gain in single-core performance and a 20.7% increase in multi-core performance compared to the M1 Max.
First Apple ‘M2 Max’ Benchmarks Surface Online
The configuration that was tested featured an M2 Max chip with 12 CPU cores, clocked at a base frequency of 3.54 GHz, and 96GB of memory
Apple’s M2 MacBook Pros Now Launching in Spring 2023: Gurman
Gurman believes the likeliest launch window for new M2 Pro and M2 Max MacBook Pro models to be somewhere in the middle of March 2023
Apple M2 MacBook Pro and Mac mini Coming Soon; M2 Mac Pro in Testing: Gurman
Apple is reportedly planning to launch refreshed 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with higher-end M2 Pro and M2 Max chips and a new Mac mini very soon
Apple to Announce M2 iPad Pro Next Week, New MacBook Pro Coming Later: Gurman
Apple won't be holding any more product launch events this year, but there are plenty of new M2-powered devices coming down the pipeline
Apple iPad Launch Event in October Unlikely, No Touch ID on 2023 iPhones: Gurman
Mark Gurman still expects Apple to release new iPad Pro and M2 MacBook Pro models in October — just not on stage at an event.
Apple M2 Pro, M2 Max MacBook Pro Models by Spring 2023: Gurman
According to Mark Gurman, we could see new MacBook Pro models with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips as early as this fall, or sometime in spring 2023.
Best 2022 Laptop: XPS 13 Plus vs M2 MacBook Pro [VIDEO]
Check out the ultimate comparison of two of this year's best notebooks.
Find Out if 512GB SSD Fixes M2 MacBook Pro’s Slow Performance [VIDEO]
The 256GB base SSD is believed to be ruining the performance of Apple's M2 chip.
iFixit Tears Down New 2022 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro [VIDEO]
The experts, however, had trouble telling it apart from their 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro.