At WWDC 2022, Apple unveiled its latest M2 chipset, as well as the company's first two in-house computers, the MacBook Air (2022) and the 13-inch MacBook Pro (2022).

The new MacBook Air (2022) and MacBook Pro (2022) both have a 13-inch LCD display and the same full-sized function keys as the MacBook Pro lineup from 2021.

With 20 billion transistors and a 10-core GPU, the newly announced Apple MacBook Air (2022) is equipped with an M2 chipset.

The new chipset also includes a Secure Enclave, media engine, and neural engine, as well as the ability to connect an external display with a resolution of up to 6K.

The new MacBook Pro (2022), like the MacBook Air (2022), is powered by the new M2 chipset, and users can choose between up to 24GB of unified memory and up to 2TB of storage.

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