American blogger Luke Miani decided to experiment and swap the components of the MacBook Pro on the M2 chip with an almost identical MacBook Pro with the M1 processor.
After disassembling both laptops, the blogger noticed that in the new MacBook Pro with M2, some of the screws are painted in gold. In addition, the basic version of the computer is equipped with a single 256 GB NAND memory chip, which is why the read and write speed of this device is half that of its predecessor.
Alas, despite many similarities, it was not possible to swap the boards and start the laptops. Miani even tried to start the MacBook Pro using the Apple Configurator to enter DFU mode, but all attempts failed. As a result, the blogger had to return all the components to their places in order for both laptops to work.
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