Yes the new M2 MacBook Pro is a spec bump, but it's a BIG one! Plus: why the new Mac mini is both exciting AND disappointing, and the original HomePods get another big update!
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This week's stories
2023 MacBook Pro review roundup: M2 Max brings considerable performance boost
- Yes, the M2 MacBook Pro is a spec bump, but a really great one.
First independent look at the newest macOS notebooks. The reviewers’ consensus is that the only noticeable change is the performance gain coming from the new M2 Max or M2 Pro processors.
Review roundup: M2 and M2 Pro chips jack up new Mac mini models
- The Mac mini first came out in 2005 as a compact and affordable desktop option that could draw new Mac users.
Entry-level 2023 Mac mini and MacBook Pros use significantly slower SSDs
Enter to win a charming Apple Watch Band from Goldenerre
iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3 and macOS Ventura 13.2 arrive
- After a relatively short beta period, Apple on Monday released iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3 and macOS Ventura 13.2 to the public.