Let’s be honest: we’re all seriously excited about the new MacBook Pro, powered by the second generation of Apple Silicon. The M2 chip is a real powerhouse, with excellent performance and efficiency, comfortably outperforming the previous generation M1 (although not M1 Max and M1 Ultra) in almost all areas.

But if you’re thinking about buying the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro M2 – which comes equipped with a 256GB SSD – you might want to think twice. youtubers maximum technology (opens in new tab) and Technology created (opens in new tab) did comparison tests between the base models of the MacBook Pro M2 and M1 and found that the SSD of the M2 version was actually slower; significantly slower, as you can see.