After the M1 is before the M2. After recently Macstudio was introduced, more new Macs will be released later this year. Also in attendance will be a new MacBook Air and a new 13-inch MacBook Pro. Both devices should have the new M2 chip.
M2 MacBook Air and M2 MacBook Pro coming later this year
In June 2020, Apple announced the move from Intel to Apple Silicon. The first Macs with the M1 chip appeared in autumn 2020. This year, the first Macs will receive the second generation of Apple silicon chips, led by the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
9to5Mac reports that Apple is working on two new MacBooks with the M2 chip, which will be released later this year. These are the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Rumors of a new MacBook Air have been floating around for some time. It’s said to be an all-new MacBook Air, taking design cues from the new MacBook Pro while being thinner and lighter. While analyst Ming Chi Kuo assumes that Apple will give the upcoming MacBook Air an M1 series chip, 9to5Mac was able to find out from a reliable source that Apple will rather rely on the M2 chip.
The MacBook Air 2022 is being developed under the codename J413. The M2 chip used (known internally as “Staten”) is based on the A15 chip. The M2 is said to have 8 CPU cores and 9 or 10 GPU cores. The M2 chip is intended to replace the current Macs with M1 and not the high-end models with M1 Pro, M1 Max and M1 Ultra. Macs with M2 Pro, M2 Max and M2 Ultra are expected at a later date.
A new 13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 is also in the works. According to the information, this device is codenamed J493. The device is based on the previous 13-inch MacBook Pro and should not receive any major design changes.
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