Apple has updated its 13-inch 2020 MacBook Pro with its new M2 processor. It’s an improvement over the older M1 chip, especially in single-core performance. But the M2 will also power Apple’s cheaper MacBook Air, which will have a brand-new design and a host of other benefits. Here’s what we’ve seen from the M2 so far — but until we see the MacBook Air, it’s hard to say whether it’s worth the money.
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