During its typical teardown of the new M2 MacBook Air, repair site iFixit discovered a surprising component: an accelerometer.
In its July alpha build, Asahi Linux adds support for the Mac Studio and just-released M2 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models.
According to Mark Gurman’s recent “Power On” newsletter, 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros should be available by fall 2022 or spring 2023.
Reviews for the new M2 MacBook Air are arriving, and it appears the base model has the same SSD decisions as the base M2 MacBook Pro.
Just a few hours into pre-orders for the M2 MacBook Air, shipping delays are already showing the impact of supply chain constraints.
Apple’s all-new redesign of the MacBook Air, an M2-powered laptop, will be available to order in the coming days.
Reports from “MacRumors” indicate the new M2-Powered MacBook Air will see a release Friday, July 15. Pre-orders likely to begin July 8.
Reports show that the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M2 chip has slower SSD read/write speeds than equivalent previous-generation models.
Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman reports that Apple plans to release four new M2 Macs even as the company starts working on the M3.
The first ever M2 Mac, the 13-inch MacBook Pro, is now available on Apple’s website. First orders begin arriving June 24.