MacBook Air with M2 processor announced by Apple at WWDC 2022

Apple announced the new MacBook Air with M2 processor during the opening keynote of the WWDC 2022. A laptop that promises not only to be extraordinarily thin and light, but also downright powerful.

Revealed a few months after the announcement of the M1 Ultra chip, the M2 will include eight cores and performance 18% higher than the M1, as well as ten cores for the GPU and 25% higher graphics performance than the M1.

The new MacBook Air will boast a 13.6-inch display with Liquid Retina technology and 25% increased brightness. The integrated webcam will be able to count on a doubled resolution and on a more sophisticated sensor, capable of making excellent shots even in low light conditions.

That’s not all: we will also find the M2 chip in the new one MacBook Pro 13-inch, which among other things can count on an autonomy of up to 20 hours in video playback. At this time, however, there is still little information on the Pro model.

However, we know the price of both laptops: MacBook Air will start at $ 1,099, while MacBook Pro will start at $ 1,299.