Higher performance and many other goodies. Apple has unveiled two new MacBooks

WWDC conferences are usually dedicated to operating systems. This was not the case this year either, when software news and improvements were being prepared, which Apple is preparing for iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and, last but not least, computers with the macOS platform.

It was the computers with the logo of the delicious apple that attracted the most attention on Tuesday’s press release. However, not because of software tweaks, but mainly because of two hardware innovations.

Performance above all

The MacBook Air, which at first glance differs significantly from its predecessor, was the first to appear during the gala evening. The iconic design with a thinning front, first shown by former Apple co-founder and co-founder Steve Jobs, has been replaced by a flat, rounded-corner design that other MacBooks boast.

Another big change took place in the bowels of this machine, as the original Apple M1 chip was replaced by a more powerful Apple M2 processor. By the way, we can also find it in the second novelty – MacBook Pro.

Apple promises that the improved chipset will offer up to 18% faster CPU, up to 25% higher graphics performance and up to 40% faster machine learning. In addition, it can be connected up to 24 GB of RAM, the predecessor had to make do with 16 GB.

Apple MacBook Air (2022)

Photo: manufacturer’s archive

Apple M2 chip

Photo: manufacturer’s archive

On battery for up to 18 hours

Other enhancements to both introduced laptops with the delicious apple logo include the MagSafe 3 magnetic connector, which replaces the USB-C standard, the Full HD FaceTime camera and up to 18 hours of battery life.

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Both new machines are expected to go on sale next month. The price of the MacBook Air will start at CZK 36,990, the 13-inch MacBook Pro will be available from CZK 38,990.

Apple MacBook Pro (2022)

Photo: manufacturer’s archive

Apple MacBook Pro (2022)

Photo: manufacturer’s archive

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