New M2 13-inch MacBook Pro teardown shows it's just the old one in disguise

Posted On: Aug 18, 2022   |   Posted By: iMore

New M2 13-inch MacBook Pro teardown shows it's just the old one in disguise

What you need to know
The new M2 13-inch MacBook Pro has been given the iFixit teardown treatment.
Apple's new MacBook Pro looks very similar to the outgoing M1 version when taken apart.
People wanting something new should probably wait for the MacBook Air next month.
You can take the new M2 MacBook Pro apart and find what's essentially an M1 MacBook Pro inside.
Apple's new M2 13-inch MacBook Pro is now on sale and people are doing what they tend to do with new things - they're taking the machine apart. The latest to take a screwdriver to Apple's new notebook is iFixit, and the result is further confirmation that this is essentially the M1 model but with some small tweaks and a new CPU.
The Apple M2 13-inch MacBook Pro has already proven to be a controversial release thanks to performance issues caused by odd SSD decisions , but what's it like in terms of taking it apart? iFixit confirms that the process for doing so is identical to that of the older M1 MacBook Pro, with the machines even carrying the same...

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