In an interview, Apple officials explain the new Macbook Pro M2 Pro and M2 Max CPUs
Apple recently released the latest addition to its Macbook Pro lineup, equipped with the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. This launch marks the second iteration of a design change that the company introduced in 2021, featuring a more industrial appearance, with the elimination of the Touch Bar and the return of function keys, added ports and an improved display with a new cutout.
In an exclusive interview with The Stalman Podcast, Apple’s Vice President of Hardware Engineering, Kate Bergeron, and Mac Product Marketing’s Doug Brooks shared their insights into the design process of the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. During the 30-minute discussion, photographer and YouTuber Tyler Stalman engaged with the Apple executives on the topic of professional workflows, the shift from Intel to custom silicon, and how new neural and media engines have improved Macs, as well as the appropriate Mac choice for users.