Apple Macbook Pro M2 Pro 2023 Vs Macbook Air M2 2022 What S The Difference (2023)

Apple announced its latest MacBook Pro models in the form of the MacBook Pro 14-inch and the MacBook Pro 16-inch, both of which are available with either the M2 Pro chip or the M2 Max chip.

The two new models succeed the MacBook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch from 2021 that feature the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, but they sit alongside the MacBook Pro 13-inch model with the M2 chip and the MacBook Air with M2 chip, both of which launched in 2022.

Having reviewed the excellent MacBook Air (M2, 2022), we struggle to see a reason why you would buy the M2 MacBook Pro over it unless you really want an older design, the Touch Bar and a fan.

With that in mind, for this feature we’ve therefore decided to compare the MacBook Pro (2023, M2 Pro) models against the MacBook Air (M2, 2022) to help you work out what the differences are and which of the latest MacBooks is the best one for you and your needs.

Price

The MacBook Pro models start at $1999 in the US and £2149 in the UK. As you might expect though, these prices increase substantially depending on your configuration.

The MacBook Air (M2, 2022) starts at $1199 in the US and £1249 in the UK. Again, prices increase depending on the GPU, memory and storage options you select, but it’s of course cheaper than the MacBook Pro models regardless, as you would expect.

Design

  • MacBook Pro (M2 Pro/Max, 2023): Aluminium, 1.6kg, two colours MacBook Air (M2, 2022): Aluminium, 1.24kg, four colours

The 2023 MacBook Pro comes in a 14.2-inch model and a 16.2-inch model, while the MacBook Air (M2, 2022) is only available with a 13.6-inch display. If you want a larger MacBook therefore, you’ll need to be looking at the MacBook Pro 16-inch model.

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The design is similar across the MacBook Pro models and the MacBook Air, however. They all come with a flat aluminium chassis, with rounded edges and a notch at the top of the display.

The MacBook Air (M2, 2022) comes in Space Grey, Silver, Starlight and Midnight colour options, while the MacBook Pro (M2 Pro, M2 Max, 2023) models come in Space Grey and Silver only so they are a little more serious - which their pricing also suggests.

The MacBook Pro models are also thicker and heavier than the MacBook Air, as you would expect. It’s not called Air for fun. The MacBook Air (M2, 2022) measures 113 x 304.1 x 215mm and weighs 1.24kg, while the MacBook Pro (M2 Pro/Max, 2023) 14-inch model measures 155 x 312.6 x 221.1mm and weights 1.6kg.

Both the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models come with Touch ID in the top right of the keyboard and they both offer the same back-lit Magic Keyboard with Force Touch trackpad below, so there will be no differences in terms of usage in this department. That means if you’re just using your MacBook for typing, the MacBook Air model is probably more than sufficient.

Display

  • MacBook Pro (M2 Pro/Max, 2023): 14.2in and 16.2in options, Liquid Retina XDR, ProMotion, up to 1600nits brightness MacBook Air (M2, 2022): 13.6in, Liquid Retina, 500nits brightness

The MacBook Pro (M2 Pro/Max, 2023) models come with Liquid Retina XDR displays compared to the MacBook Air (M2, 2022) Liquid Retina display.

As mentioned, the MacBook Pro is available in 16.2-inch, which has a 3456 x 2234 pixel resolution, or 14.2-inch, which has a 3024 x 1964 pixel resolution. The MacBook Air meanwhile has a 13.6-inch screen size with a 2560 x 1664 pixel resolution.

All models come with True Tone technology and a P3 wide colour gamut, but the MacBook Pro models offer Apple’s ProMotion technology too, allowing for adaptive refresh rates up to 120Hz.

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The Pro models also offer XDR brightness with 1000nits sustained brightness at full screen and 1600nits peak brightness for HDR content, while the MacBook Air offers a standard 500nits. That means the MacBook Pro models will be better at cutting out reflections, as well as working on the move and outdoors. That said, we’ve been using the MacBook Air (M2, 2022) since it launched and we’ve never encountered issues here.

Power and memory

  • MacBook Pro (M2 Pro/Max, 2023): M2 Pro or M2 Max chip, up to 38-core GPU, up to 96GB memory, up to 8TB SSD MacBook Air (M2, 2022): M2 chip, up to 10-core GPU, up to 24GB memory, up to 2TB SSD

It’s power and hardware where you’ll notice the difference between these models though.

The MacBook Pro models are offered with either the M2 Pro or the M2 Max chip. The base model of the M2 Pro chip has a 12-core CPU with 8 performance cores and four efficiency cores, a 19-core GPU, 16-core Neural Engine and a 200GB/s memory bandwidth.

The base model of the M2 Max chip also has a 12-core GPU with 8 performance cores and four efficiency cores, as well as a 16-core Neural Engine, but it is configurable up to a 38-core GPU, and there’s 400GB/s memory bandwidth. Both the M2 Pro and M2 Max chip models come with a Media engine that incorporates a video decode engine, video encode engine, ProRes encode and decode engine, as well as H.264, HEVC, ProRes and ProRes RAW.

By comparison, the MacBook Air (M2, 2022) has an 8-core CPU with 4 performance cores, 4 efficiency cores, up to 10-core GPU and a 16-core Neural Engine. It also has half the memory bandwidth of the M2 Pro chip at 100GB/s. The same media engine is on board as the Pro models though.

Elsewhere, memory options for the MacBook Pro models run from 16GB to a huge 96GB on the M2 Max models with 38-core GPU. Storage options start at 512SSD on the MacBook Pro models to 8TB.

The MacBook Air (M2, 2022) starts at 8GB memory, with options up to 24GB, while storage starts at 256GB SSD with options up to 2TB SSD.

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Hardware

  • MacBook Pro (M2 Pro/Max, 2023): Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3, six speaker array, 3x Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C), 1x HDMI, 1x SDXC card slot MacBook Air (M2, 2022): Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, four speaker array, 2x Thunderbolt (USB 4) ports

There are a couple of differences when it comes to ports and audio capabilities between these models too, as well as connectivity.

The MacBook Pro models support Wi-Fi 6E - the first MacBook’s to do so - and Bluetooth 5.3, while the MacBook Air support Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0.

In terms of audio, the MacBook Pro models come with a six-speaker sound system with force-cancelling woofers, while the MacBook Air has a four-speaker array that offers wide stereo sound. It’s likely the MacBook Pro models will be better as this was one of the few areas the MacBook Air didn’t excel in.

Both the MacBook Pro models and the MacBook Air have support for Spatial Audio while playing music or video with Dolby Atmos on the built-in speakers though, and they also offer support for Spatial Audio with dynamic head tracking when using compatible AirPods.

In terms of ports, the MacBook Pro models have three Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C) ports, a HDMI port and a SDXC card slot. The MacBook Air meanwhile only has two Thunderbolt / USB 4 ports. Both the MacBook Pro models and the MacBook Air have a 3.5mm audio port.

Both the MacBook Pro models and the MacBook Air have a 1080p FaceTime camera.

Battery

  • MacBook Pro (M2 Pro/Max, 2023): 14in - up to 12 hours, 16in - up to 15 hours MacBook Air (M2, 2022): Up to 12 hours

Last but not least on the differences: battery. Apple has claimed the MacBook Pro models have the longest battery life of any Mac, which is great if true as the battery life on the MacBook Air (M2, 2022) is nothing short of exceptional.

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When you break that down though, it’s the 16-inch model the company is talking about, with up to 15 hours of web browsing - the same as what is promised for the MacBook Air, compared to the 14-inch MacBook Pro model’s 12 hours.

All models use a MagSafe charger, though you get different power adapters in the box, depending on the model you choose. The MacBook Air (M2, 2022) comes with 30W USB-C Power Adapter as standard, or a 35W Dual USB‑C Port Compact Power Adapter with the 10-core GPU and 512GB storage model. It is fast-charge capable with a 67W USB‑C Power Adapter available, but that’s sold separately.

The MacBook Pro 14-inch comes with a 67W USB-C Power Adapter as standard, though a 96W adapter is included with M2 Pro with 12-core CPU or M2 Max models. The MacBook Pro 16-inch model meanwhile, comes with a 140W USB-C Power Adapter as standard.

Conclusion

On paper - and unsurprisingly - the MacBook Pro models are the more powerful models compared to the MacBook Air, and you’ll also get display enhancements, more ports, better connectivity and better audio capabilities. They will no doubt be the MacBook of choice for content creators and those who need a laptop that can handle more demanding tasks, like video editing.

That said, you may not need all the power and features offered by the MacBook Pro models, or you maybe can’t justify the price they come with. The MacBook Air (M2, 2022) is a fantastic laptop. It has a similar, but lighter design compared to the MacBook Pro models, an excellent battery life, and it is more than capable of handling the majority of everyday tasks, as well as a few extras.

Naturally, the MacBook Pro models will no doubt be the better option for those who need the power, but for the everyday user, the MacBook Air (M2, 2022) is well worth considering. We will update this feature once we have reviewed the MacBook Pro models in case there are any surprises.

FAQs

What is the difference between M2 air and M2 Pro? ›

Hardware. There are a couple of differences when it comes to ports and audio capabilities between these models too, as well as connectivity. The MacBook Pro models support Wi-Fi 6E - the first MacBook's to do so - and Bluetooth 5.3, while the MacBook Air support Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0.

What is the main difference between MacBook Pro and Air? ›

Ports and Connectivity

The selection of ports is an area of major difference between the two machines. The ‌MacBook Air‌ features just two Thunderbolt 4 ports. The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, on the other hand, have three Thunderbolt 4 ports, an HDMI 2.1 port, and an SDXC card slot.

Is the MacBook Pro M2 chip worth it? ›

Unless you are an absolute Touch Bar fanatic, there's no reason to buy the M2 MacBook Pro. Not only is it more expensive than the two MacBook Air models, but it's also inferior in a number of different ways. I hope that Apple closes the gap between the $1299 MacBook Pro and the $1999 MacBook Pro.

What's the point of M2 MacBook Pro? ›

‌M2‌ MacBook Pro still has a number of improvements over the ‌MacBook Air‌, offering slightly better performance, a brighter display, the Touch Bar, improved microphone and speaker quality, two extra hours of battery life, and an active cooling system.

Which one is better MacBook Pro or MacBook Air M2? ›

MacBook Pro model comes with more powerful chips

The M2 Pro can be configured up to a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU, while the M2 Max goes up to a 12-core CPU and whopping 38-core GPU. This is paired with an updated 16-core Neural Engine, which has a quoted performance of 15.8 trillion operations per second.

Which one is better between MacBook Air and MacBook Pro? ›

MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Display

Based on our lab test results, the MacBook Air (M1) maxes out at 365.8 nits of brightness, while the M1 MacBook Pro (13-inch: 434.8 nits) got even brighter. The M2 MacBook Pro achieved 474.6 nits of standard brightness while the MacBook Air 2022 achieved 489 nits, per our testing.

Is M2 Pro worth the upgrade? ›

CPU. MacBook Pro with M2 Pro offers up to 20% greater performance than M1 Pro, thanks to its 10- or 12-core CPU. It also offers exceptional battery life and connectivity even when disconnected from the power cord. This makes it an ideal choice for those seeking better productivity from their laptop.

Is the MacBook Pro M2 any good? ›

M2 Pro is faster and more efficient

The new M2 Pro chip offers decent performance gains on the already very fast M1 Pro chips, with up to 14% improvement in CPU speed and up to 22% faster graphics in tests. That puts it alongside some of the best Intel and AMD laptop chips, but at considerably lower power consumption.

Does the M2 MacBook Air overheat? ›

According to recent reports, both devices equipped with Apple M2 chip — MacBook Air M2 and Pro M2 — face severe overheating issues. Reviewers and enthusiastic customers have shown their disappointment at how quickly and frequently their MacBook Air and Pro devices heat up.

When should I expect my M2 Pro MacBook Pro? ›

New 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro: Release date

It feels like we've had a long wait for the MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and M2 Max to arrive, but the wait is now over. The 2023 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro started shipping on January 24, 2023. Read our review of the 16in MacBook Pro with M2 Pro.

Is the MacBook Pro M2 slower? ›

BREAKING: We've just discovered that the base 14” M2 Pro MacBook Pro (512GB) is considerably slower than the previous 14” M1 Pro model. Apple is likely using single SSD modules again (like the base 256GB M2 Air and M2 MacBook Pro). More testing to come.

Why do people use MacBook pros? ›

MacBooks are popular around the world for several reasons. Many people simply enjoy using Apple products, and for others, these devices are perfect for their needs. Software updates are also straightforward on the machine, and you shouldn't need to upgrade for a long time after buying a brand-new laptop from Apple.

What are the disadvantages of using MacBook Air? ›

We've broken these MacBook downsides down for you below, so you can decide whether or not a new MacBook is right for you after all.
  1. Poor Gaming.
  2. A Lack of Ports. ...
  3. Webcam Quality. ...
  4. Limited Storage Options. ...
  5. Limited Hardware Upgrades. ...
  6. Apple Silicon Macs Can't Run Windows. ...
  7. Software Support. ...
  8. Price. ...
Jun 2, 2022

What is so special about MacBook Air? ›

The new MacBook Air is a success on virtually every level. It's got a better screen, thinner and lighter design, better speakers, a much-improved webcam, an excellent keyboard and trackpad, more convenient charging, and excellent build quality.

Is MacBook Air or MacBook Pro better for students? ›

If you will mostly be writing papers, completing online homework and doing research then the MacBook Air will fit those needs. And if you're film editing, Photoshopping or designing then the MacBook Pro will help you accomplish that. They're both fantastic laptops, so there is no wrong choice.

Will there be a new MacBook Pro in 2023? ›

Apple in January 2023 overhauled the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, adding next-generation M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, increased maximum memory, longer battery life, HDMI 2.1 with 8K display support, faster Wi-Fi 6E, and Bluetooth 5.3 support.

Which MacBook is best to use? ›

  • MacBook Air M2. The best overall MacBook. Apple. ...
  • MacBook Air M1. The best budget MacBook. 2020 Apple MacBook Air with Apple M1 Chip. ...
  • MacBook Pro 14-Inch (2023) The upgrade pick. Amazon.
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What makes a MacBook Pro better than an air? ›

The Pro also has better speakers and a higher-end display than what you'll find on the MacBook Air. It uses MagSafe charging, like the 2022 MacBook Air, but it has a feature called Active Cooling that uses a pair of fans, which is an improvement over the Air.

Does MacBook Pro have touch screen? ›

After years of resistance, the first touchscreen Mac could launch in 2025. Apple is reportedly working on touchscreen MacBooks. Although the plans aren't finalized, Bloomberg's sources say that touch-friendly Apple laptops could arrive in 2025.

Does MacBook Air have touch screen? ›

Why there isn't a touch screen Mac, yet… Apple's always said it won't make a touchscreen laptop, but that could be changing. Here's what you need to know about why Apple doesn't make a touchscreen Mac, but could do in the future.

Is it worth getting M1 Pro vs M2 Pro? ›

Memory bandwidth

Apple says the M2 Pro gives up to 20% faster CPU and 30% faster GPU performance than the M1 Pro. And the M2 Pro neural engine has seen a 40% speed increase over the M1 Pro. You've also got up to a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU with the M2 Pro.

Should I upgrade to the new MacBook Pro? ›

If you already have a 2021 14- or 16-inch MacBook Pro, it is unlikely that upgrading to a 2023 model will be worthwhile. The latest model's improved performance, additional hour of battery life, and improved connectivity specifications are unlikely to make a meaningful difference to most users.

What's better M2 or M1 Pro? ›

The 10-core M1 Pro chip has a massive advantage over the eight-core variant, thanks to the two extra CPU cores. Unsurprisingly, the M2 blows the M1 out of the water with about 20 percent higher multi-core performance. For reference, Apple claimed the M2's CPU is 18 percent faster, which turns out to be true.

How powerful is the M2 Pro? ›

Apple described the M2 Pro as being 40% faster than the M1 Pro, and 80% faster than the top-end Core i9 chip in the last Intel-powered 16-inch MacBook Pro.

How much memory do I need for MacBook Air M2? ›

Most people will be absolutely fine with 8GB of unified memory on their M2 MacBook. Those who know they need more – or who plan on undertaking increasingly intensive, creative workflows or complex software development – will do well to upgrade. It's that simple.

How long is the life expectancy of a MacBook Pro M2 last? ›

On average, your MacBook Pro is expected to last 7.2 years and a MacBook Air for 5-7 years. However, the lifespan of your MacBook depends on what tasks you use your MacBook for, how frequently it is used, and how well you care for your battery and its components.

Is MacBook Air M2 more powerful than MacBook Pro M1? ›

The higher-end M2 with 10 GPU cores offers a 35 percent more powerful GPU than the M1, based on benchmarks. However, the base model of the M2 Air has a slightly lesser GPU with only 8 GPU cores, so we expect the gains to be less with the $1,199 model.

Does MacBook Air have heating issues? ›

In fact, heat has always been an issue with the MacBook Air even before Apple silicon. It's the same story, different year.

Does MacBook Pro have heating issues? ›

Like any laptop, your MacBook is susceptible to overheating. A hot MacBook is not just uncomfortable to work with, but it can reduce your battery's lifespan and possibly even damage other internal components.

Is there a new MacBook Air coming out in 2023? ›

In a tweet on February 13, Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants said the 15.5-inch panel for the new MacBook Air has entered production. Given the usual timeframe for such a thing, this suggests a launch in early April of 2023.

Is there an M2 MacBook Pro model being released? ›

Today Apple introduced the new MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and M2 Max. CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA Apple today announced the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro featuring M2 Pro and M2 Max, Apple's next-generation pro silicon that brings even more power-efficient performance and battery life to pro users.

Should I buy M1 MacBook Air or wait M2? ›

The M2 is better, but the M1 offers amazing value

However, those still holding on to an Intel-based MacBook Air may want to consider upgrading, as Apple touts a 15x increase in power over the older Intel models. The M2 MacBook Air is the better choice as long as you have the budget to spring for the 512GB version.

Is 256GB enough for MacBook Air M2? ›

The main reason why 256GB is not enough storage for a MacBook is simple. Unlike your iPhone, which you may or may not use for a year or two, your MacBook will likely be your main computer for five or six years. That's a lot of time. You can and will accumulate lots of data and files in that time – some of them large.

Can I write on MacBook Air? ›

To use Trackpad Handwriting, you must add a Handwriting input source, then choose Handwriting from the Input menu in the menu bar. If your Mac has a Touch Bar, you can quickly open the Trackpad Handwriting window by adding the Handwriting button to the Control Strip. See Customize the Touch Bar.

Can I upgrade SSD on MacBook Pro M2? ›

Similarly, the SSD storage on the MacBook Pro (2023) isn't user-accessible or replaceable. Apple explicitly mentions that users can't upgrade the RAM and SSD after the purchase is done.

Is HP or Mac better? ›

The HP is an 11-inch 2-in-1 convertible Windows laptop, while the Apple is a 13-inch macOS laptop that you can only use in clamshell mode. The Apple is better than the HP in nearly all aspects, like a sharper and brighter display, a more comfortable keyboard, a larger touchpad, and a webcam with better video quality.

Which is better Windows or Mac? ›

In many cases, the two operating systems are at parity, but overall Windows comes out ahead. Nevertheless, you'll have your own priority weights based on your OS needs. For example, if gaming is everything to you, then Windows is a no-brainer. If you're a creative type, then you're likely better off with a Mac.

Why choose Mac over Windows? ›

MacBooks are superior when it comes to build quality and the UNIX-based MacOS operating system. Windows laptops take everything else, including the ecosystem. The only reason you should choose a MacBook over a Windows laptop is if you want to be comfortable inside that Apple garden.

Is it worth upgrading from M1 air to M2 air? ›

Performance: The Apple M2 is a big upgrade for the MacBook Air. One of the biggest changes in the new MacBook Air is its heart — the Apple M2 chipset. This is the beginning of the next generation of Apple Silicon, and compared to the M1 chip inside the previous MacBook Air, it's quite an upgrade.

Is M2 Pro better than M1 Pro? ›

Apple says the M2 Pro gives up to 20% faster CPU and 30% faster GPU performance than the M1 Pro. And the M2 Pro neural engine has seen a 40% speed increase over the M1 Pro. You've also got up to a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU with the M2 Pro.

Does MacBook Air M2 have slower SSD? ›

M2 MacBook Air: Disk speeds

We were particularly keen to see how the base Air got on in this test, following reports that its SSD is up to 50 percent slower on read speeds and 30 percent on write speeds.

Is MacBook Air M2 worth the money? ›

Tom's Guide Verdict. The MacBook Air M2 is the best laptop for those willing to spend a little bit more for a great laptop. It delivers top-notch performance, over 14 hours of battery life and a bright and colorful display all in a delightfully portable design.

Is it worth upgrading to M2 MacBook Air? ›

The MacBook Air with M2 is in many respects a significant improvement over its predecessor. It offers better performance, a more modern design, an improved display, and some smaller but notable improvements.

What's the difference between M1 air and pro? ›

The main differences are the display brightness, Touch Bar, microphone and speaker quality, two extra hours of battery life, and active cooling system that set the machines apart in favor of the MacBook Pro.

Is MacBook Pro M1 better than MacBook Pro M2? ›

However, if the absolute best in performance is all you want, then the MacBook Pro 16-inch with the M2 Max is once again notably faster than the M1 Max MacBook Pro. Apple says the M2 Max offers 20% faster CPU and 30% faster GPU performance than the M1 Max.

How good will the M2 Pro be? ›

With its powerful CPU, M2 Pro can compile code up to 25 percent faster than M1 Pro, and up to 2.5x faster than MacBook Pro with an Intel Core i9 processor.

Is it worth waiting for M2 Pro? ›

The most obvious reason to wait for the new MacBook Pro laptops is for the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. The M2 Pro chip features a 10- or 12-core CPU with up to eight high-performance and four high-efficiency cores, which Apple claims delivers 20 percent greater performance over M1 Pro.

What is the difference between M2 Pro chip and M2 chip? ›

The CPU in the M2 Pro is a lot more powerful than its predecessor. The M2 chip comes with either 7 or 8 cores, with a configuration of 4 performance cores and 4 energy-efficient cores. The M2 Pro amps this up by having the option between a 10/12 cores CPU, with 8 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores.

Is it worth upgrading from M1 Pro to M2 Pro? ›

CPU. MacBook Pro with M2 Pro offers up to 20% greater performance than M1 Pro, thanks to its 10- or 12-core CPU. It also offers exceptional battery life and connectivity even when disconnected from the power cord. This makes it an ideal choice for those seeking better productivity from their laptop.

Why is my MacBook Air M2 slow? ›

Why the new MacBook has slower storage. At the moment, we already know why the SSDs in the new entry-level Macs with M2 is slower. That's because there are two slots for NAND chips on the motherboards of both the M1 and M2 models.

Does the MacBook Air M2 overheat? ›

According to recent reports, both devices equipped with Apple M2 chip — MacBook Air M2 and Pro M2 — face severe overheating issues. Reviewers and enthusiastic customers have shown their disappointment at how quickly and frequently their MacBook Air and Pro devices heat up.

How much RAM do I need M2 MacBook Air? ›

Most people will be absolutely fine with 8GB of unified memory on their M2 MacBook. Those who know they need more – or who plan on undertaking increasingly intensive, creative workflows or complex software development – will do well to upgrade. It's that simple.

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