MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 2022 Launched with M2 Chip, Check Details

Expanding its ARM silicon-based line of MacBooks, Apple introduced the MacBook Air and upgraded the 13-inch MacBook Pro. Both are powered by the newly introduced M2 silicon. 

Starting with the Apple M2 chip, it boasts an 8-core central processing unit (CPU), featuring four high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores. 

The SoC features an integrated 10-core graphic processing unit (GPU) for graphic-related jobs. 

The M2 chip is capable to delivers 100GB/s of unified memory bandwidth and supports up to 24GB of fast unified memory. 

Coming to MacBook Air, the M2 model boasts a redesigned chassis which is 11.3 mm thick and weighs about 1.22g. 

It features a 13.6-inch liquid retina display, a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, four-speaker sound system, and MagSafe charging. 

The MacBook Air M2 offers a number of charging options, including an all-new 35W compact power adapter with two USB-C ports, so users can charge two devices at once. 

And for the first time, MacBook Air supports fast charge for charging up to 50 per cent in just 30 minutes with an optional 67W USB-C power adapter.

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