At the beginning of last June, Apple presented the new 13-inch MacBook Pro configured with an M2 SoC, a chip that represents a clear advance compared to the M1, although it has not been the revolution that some expected, and in the end there is more good as a remarkable evolutionbut not groundbreaking.
The case is that the presentation of the 13-inch MacBook Pro was not accompanied by immediate availabilitywhich left many fans of the apple company, and those who needed to renew their equipment and who were waiting for the launch of this new model, in a forced wait.
Now, finally, that wait is over, as the 13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 SoC is available for pre-order, and with a pretty reasonable delivery date. If you pre-purchase today you would receive the equipment on July 12, which means a wait of less than three days if we take into account that we meet on the weekend, and that these are non-working days.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 SoC has, in its base configuration, a 8-core CPU divided into two blocks, one high-performance quad-core and one high-efficiency quad-core. Its GPU adds 10 graphics cores, it has a 16-core neural processing unit and it has 8 GB of RAM, an amount that for my taste is a bit fair. Your storage unit is a 256 GB SSD.
The MacBook Pro screen is Retina type with True Tone, and the laptop comes equipped with two Thunderbolt 4/USB 4 ports, Magic Keyboard, Touch Bar, and Touch ID. Its price is 1,619 euros, although we can expand it to 24 GB of RAM and mount a 2 TB capacity SSD. This setup costs 2,999 euros.