Is it better to buy the new MacBook Air M2 or the new MacBook Pro?

From a design point of view, there is no arguing: the MacBook Air cuvée 2022 looks good! The California manufacturer revised its version by seriously looking at MacBook Pro 14 inchWhich he shares many traits.

The chassis is still made of aluminum, available in four colors (Silver, Starlight, Space Gray, and Midnight), and four pads, much larger, are the same as those found in the MacBook Pro released in 2021. It’s also thinner than the MacBook Pro. MacBook Air Previously, it was 11.3 mm thick, as opposed to 16.1 mm in the old model.

In addition, it includes a MagSafe port for recharging, an urgent request from users who have been mourning its disappearance for many years. On the left side there are two USB-C ports and on the right side there is a 3.5 mm jack port.

The screen also expands to 13.6 inches compared to 13.3 previously thanks to the reduction of screen borders. It features a hole that houses a new camera confrontation time 1080p better quality. Finally, four speakers power the laptop.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro didn’t qualify for the same consideration and keeps the same chassis as the previous model plus a 13.3-inch LED display. It is still 15.6 mm thick for a weight of 1.4 kg. The device is available in gray or silver, and the Touch Bar is still there, gradually disappearing from the rangelaptops from Apple.

Apple didn’t take advantage of this update to integrate the MagSafe port, so you’ll have to settle for one of the two USB-C ports for charging. The jack port remains in place to connect your headphones. The FaceTime camera doesn’t get any further and stays stuck at 720p. seriously consider Make your iPhone the camera of your MacBook To increase the image quality. As for the sound, it’s no better than just the built-in speakers.

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