Apple’s 2023 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro are available in stores in M2 Pro and M2 Max configurations. We already explained why the base 14-inch MacBook Pro model is a tremendous upgrade. Especially if you move from an Intel-based machine. But it turns out there is one unexpected downgrade for the $2,000 machine. The base 14-inch MacBook Pro features a 512GB SSD that runs at lower speeds than its predecessor.
The laptop is still incredibly fast. Most people will not notice the drop in read and write speeds compared to the notebook variants featuring 1TB of SSD storage or more. Even pro users will need to go through specific workflows to realize the slower SSD performance.
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