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Will the M2 MacBook Air be More Portable or More Powerful?

A tale of two MacBooks

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It’s just over a month since Apple launched the M1 Ultra. You know, “the world’s most powerful chip for a personal computer.” With 114 billion transistors and the groundbreaking UltraFusion architecture. That was nice, but what’s next?¹ Based on the latest rumors, it appears to…

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Founder of Legend Software. Author of “Software Engineering a Better Life”: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083XJKJN9

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