Apple’s newest silicon generation begins with M2. With its 8-core CPU, you can quickly complete routine tasks like making documents and presentations or engage in more demanding workflows like designing apps in Xcode or blending music in Logic Pro.
M2 offers a 10-core GPU, which significantly improves graphics performance. Additionally, you may play and edit up to 11 streams of 4K and up to 2 streams of 8K ProRes video using its media engine.
You can run multiple applications at once with a greater performance rate as you increase the amount of shared memory (RAM) you select.
For easier handling of big files and more fluid multitasking, it may be configured with up to 24GB.
Your MacBook Air’s solid-state drive (SSD) storage capacity is how much room is available for your documents, pictures, music, movies, and other items. You’ll notice its significant performance and speed when you boot up your Mac, open an app, or look through your images.