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Apple’s latest M2 (opens in new tab) 13-inch MacBook Pro laptops contain a significantly slower SSD – or at least one putting out slower transfer rates – than the equivalent M1 models. The discovery was reported by MacRumors (opens in new tab) and builds on the work of YouTube channels such as Max Tech (opens in new tab) and Created Tech (opens in new tab).

Tests using Black Magic’s Disk speed Test app showed the M2 MBP’s 256GB SSD achieving read and write rates of around 1,450MB/s, which knocks 50% off the read speeds of the M1 MBP’s 256GB SSD. The write rate also decreased by 30%.

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