Apple’s M2 chip will just have a minor upgrade over the M1 chip

According to a recent report from Bloomberg, Apple will be soon releasing the M2 chip but it won’t be much of a major upgrade as M1 chip has been. The M2 SoC will have more changes in the design area but there would only be a slight boost in performance. In addition, the M2 will feature am 8-core CPU will be just like the M1 but will have some improvements in terms of efficiency.

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Moreover, it is reported that the M2 will consume less power while performing tasks and would be rocking a 10 core GPU instead. The M2 chip is expected to come around when the 2022 MacBook Air is released. The 2022 version of the MacBook Air will have a display upgrade with the display notch as similar to the MacBook Pro 2021 and will rock a Thunderbolt 4 port and a MagSafe connector.

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However, the M2 chip is not expected to debut until the second half of 2022 while the MacBook Air might not arrive until the third quarter of this year.

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