Apple has finally announced the M2 chipset. Let's take a look at Apple M1 vs Apple M2 chip and find out the improvements it brings in CPU, GPU, and other key areas.
Apple is the marketing king, and we explain why the price for the MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro M2 make sense. It's simple: Apple wants you to spend more and upgrade to the 14-inch MacBook Pro.
According to a new report, Apple may be working on the new Apple Silicon, M2 Extreme chipset, which may power the upcoming Mac Pro machine. It could have 48 CPU cores and up to 128 GPU cores.
A new report claims that Apple may be planning on introducing new upgrades to Apple Silicon chips every 18-months, while iPhone and Apple Watch would keep receiving annual upgrades.