M2 MacBook Air teardown casts doubt on cooling, and divulges a mysterious part

Apple’s MacBook Air (M2, 2022) has been given the teardown treatment by iFixit (opens in new tab), with some fascinating revelations concerning the cooling resolution for the pocket book, and a mysterious addition within the part combine, too.

The discovering included some issues we already knew, courtesy of YouTuber Max Tech already having poked round within the innards of the laptop computer. Particularly that the brand new MacBook Air base mannequin has its SSD configured as a single 256GB NAND flash chip, which makes it slower than the earlier (M1) Air’s pair of 128GB NAND chips, and that’s a bit disappointing (though anticipated, as that is the route Apple went with the entry-level mannequin of the M2 MacBook Professional).

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