Macbook in kenya Air M2 is 13.6 inches in size, up from 13.3 inches in the previous model, has a 1080p camera and a new charging port like the latest MacBook Pro models, is lighter than the previous model, weighing 1.23kgs., and has 500nits of brightness (25% brighter than the Air M1).

The base model has 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD, and the top model has 24GB of RAM and a 2TB SSD.

It is available in four different colours: Midnight, Silver, Starlight, and Space Gray

M2 Macbook in kenya

The MacBook Pro M2 disappointed me because, aside from the M2 chip upgrade, it retains the same design, screen, and ports as the MacBook Pro M1 and is more expensive than the MacBook Air M2.

Given that the MacBook Air M2 is less expensive, has a better display, a Real function row (a preference over the touch bar), Mag Safe charging, faster charging, and a better webcam, I’m leaning toward the M2 this time.

However, if you’re looking for a Macbook in kenya that can handle heavy work while remaining portable, the Pro is your best bet; however, the 14-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Pro or Max is still more powerful, so that would be even better.

iOS 16 was announced at Apple’s WWDC 2022 event, but it is still not publicly available. The official beta, on the other hand, will be available in July.

This new iOS has some great features, such as a new lock screen experience, automatic photo sharing, Live Captions, undo/schedule email sending, and more message editing options.

There’s also a new lock screen for your current iPhone that works with Face ID or Touch ID.

Another fantastic feature of iOS 16 is Live Text in Video, which is innovative in that it allows users to add subtitles while filming!

Focus Mode, which helps you focus on what’s important by hiding all other apps except the one you choose, is another useful feature in iOS 16.

Meet Pass keys in iOS 16 for a password-free future, which allows you to unlock your device without typing anything!

Finally, if you want to be the first to try out all of these incredible new features (and help test for any potential bugs).

iPados 16 is now available for the iPad. Here are a few of the new features you can look forward to:

Multitasking features that allow you to work on multiple apps at the same time. For example, you can now have two Safari windows open at the same time.

New collaboration tools in Messages and Safari make it easier to work with others on projects.

A redesigned Mail app that makes it easier to manage your inbox and find the messages you need.

A weather app that gives you immediate access to weather data for your current location.

Reference Mode and Display Zoom are “Pro” features, as is improved support for external monitors.

Apple Macbook in Kenya has a knack for coming up with unique names for macOS releases, and this time was no exception.

macOS Ventura was released as the nineteenth major macOS release, and it included some very cool features.

Manager of the Stage

This new feature allows you to arrange all of your apps to the side while multitasking, rather than having them crowd up behind you.

The Finder has been improved to help you find what you’re looking for. It now has a sidebar for quick access to your files and folders, as well as tags for arranging your content by topic.

Quick Actions make it easy to complete common tasks without having to open an app or a file window. Simply right-click on an item in the list to do so.

Camera of Continuity

In my opinion, this is one of the best features. This feature allows you to use your iPhone as a webcam, taking advantage of the iPhone’s powerful rear cameras. It’s all wireless, so all you have to do is bring your iPhone close to your Mac and it’ll automatically switch to the iPhone as a camera input.