The better-performing Apple M2 will be built into new Macs

The better-performing Apple M2 will be built into new Macs

 At its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple officially announced the new M2 chip, the second generation of Apple’s Silicon processors to be built into the new laptops.

As the name suggests, the Apple M2 is in fact the successor to the M1 chipset found in older generations of laptops, which has proven to be very interesting. The new processor uses a special ARM silicone chip developed in 5-nanometer manufacturing technology.

It has 20 billion transistors and is about 25% more efficient than the previous M1 processor. The company claims to have an 18% faster CPU, 35% faster graphics (GPU), and Apple even claims that the processor is 1.9 times faster than Intel's latest 10-core processor, although they have not named which processor. So say, Apple, say, let's compare them… :)

The new Apple M2 processor has 8 cores - four faster with 16MB of cache and four more efficient with 4MB of cache. The graphics themselves have 10 cores, or two more than the previous M1 chip, which is why the graphics are a third faster. It also supports data traffic up to 100Gbps (50% more than M1) with 24GB of memory, a new generation of security settings, while the multimedia part supports 8K H.264 and HEVC video.

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The Apple MacBook Air and MacBook Pro are the first laptops this year to run on the Apple M2 processor.

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