Apple begins accepting preorders on M2 13.-inches MacBook Pro

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The M2 Apple Silicon 13-inch MacBook Pro is available for pre-order. First orders are due to arrive by the 24th of June.

In the wake of  Apple’s WWDC 2022 keynote, the 13″ MacBook Pro can now be purchased on the internet. It is available with 16GB, 8GB RAM or 24GB RAM with 256GB or 2TB SSD storage.

It appears that at present that custom configurations aren’t available. Initial attempts to choose one failed due to the “currently unavailable” rejection.

“The 13.2-inch MacBook Pro is supercharged by M2’s latest chip, which marks the start of an entirely new generation Apple silicon, and extends the capabilities of M1 even further,” Apple wrote of the new model.

As compared to the previous model MacBook Pro, the new model comes with an M2 chip that has an 8-core processor of the next generation and 10 core GPU. It can also support the capacity of up to 24GB Unified Memory, up from the previous limit.

13.2-inch MacBook Pro also has ProRes decoding and encoding capabilities for those who work with ProRes, the Apple video standards. Its battery life has increased and the MacBook Pro can last up to 20 hours on a charge, which is more than other Apple mobile notebooks.

In addition to these attributes, The 13.2-inch MacBook Pro remains unchanged from the model before it. The majority of the MacBook Pro’s impressive improvements result from the M2 chip which is an incremental update to the M1 that delivers the ability to boost performance in real-world situations.

It’s not receiving any major overhauls or brand new features of the latest MacBook Air. It’s an M2-equipped MacBook Air, which isn’t being launched simultaneously with MacBook Pro. MacBook Pro.

Apple has also stated that it is the first MacBook Pro created with 100 recyclable rare earth components within its enclosure magnets as well as 100% recycled tin within the soldering of the principal logic board.

13.2-inch MacBook Pro will start at $1,299 or $1,199 for students. It is available in silver and space gray colors.

As of today, Apple has started accepting preorders The MacBook Pro is now available for preorders. MacBook Pro will also become accessible through third-party resellers that typically have better pricing.