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The 5 MacBooks Heating Up The Industry: The 2022 CRN Mobile 100

Appleā€™s core line-up of laptops get a boost from new silicon while the company makes strides despite a troubled supply chain.

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MacBook Pro With M2 Chip

Apple didn’t hold back at this year’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), where it announced the follow-up to its wildly popular introduction into the silicon landscape – the Arm-based M1. With the announcement that a new 13-inch MacBook Pro would be outfitted with the new M2 chip, users demanding more power and better energy consumption let out a collective sigh of relief. Apple had warned that COVID lockdowns in China would hamper its computer production in 2022, so a new MacBook was welcome news. Even better: Instead of the estimated July preorder, Apple shocked again by releasing the first units for preorder on June 17. The M2 powered MacBook Pro features up to 512 GB of SSD Storage, 8-Core CPU, 10-Core GPU, 8GB of Unified Memory, 16-core Neural Engine, 13-inch Retina display with True Tone. Pricing on the new MacBook Pro starts at $1,299.

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