M2 and M1 MacBook Pro compared
We have a couple of M1 Macs at home and, though they are not very old, the new M2 hardware Apple just revealed looks very tempting.
If you're a content professional, the new MacBook Pros are great machines, with super-speedy hardware and unbelievable battery life.
And the new Mac mini is a crazy steal. At just $599, it's a great way to get started on the Mac.
But it's not just a great starter Mac -- it's a great Mac, period.
If, like me, you have an M1 but are tempted by the new Macs, check out our comparison first. You'll be glad you did.
Also in this issue: Apple's got more devices coming down the pipe, including a bare-bones iPad for home control; get a great discount on a smart food scale and other health/fitness devices; learn how to use Apple Watch's buttons; and today's the day Apple introduced the best of the early all-in-one Macs.
-- Leander Kahney, EIC.
How do the new M2 Pro/Max MacBook Pros stack up against their M1 predecessors? Besides the new SoC, are they worth the upgrade? Here’s a look at how Apple’s M2 Pro/Max MacBook Pros compare against the M1 Pro/Max models.
A MESSAGE FROM MOMAX
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The Apple Watch borrows a lot from the iPhone, but the biggest difference between them is down to the extra buttons. They each do different things whether you click, double-click or hold them down. What do the Apple Watch buttons do? Here’s a quick guide to get you started.
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For $599 the new Mac mini is a steal. For the price it’s incredibly powerful. I’ve been using the M1 and it’s superb.
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— Charles Patterson (@CharlesPattson)
Jan 18, 2023
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