Students and faculty benefit from M2 chip-powered Mac® devices for all the included efficiencies. Higher ed administration and IT workers love them for the easy management and security.
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As if the M1 weren't supercharged enough, Apple released1 powerful enhancements in the new M2 chip in MacBook Pro and MacBook Air devices.
Work all day – without stopping to charge
*Battery life varies by use and configuration.
The redesigned MacBook Air is strikingly thin and light, yet power-efficient, durable and fast.
MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are keeping students and faculty engaged for more than just their stylish and functional form factors. The Mac is the public sector device of choice for:
“Mac and its ecosystem of apps are truly designed for musicians, filmmakers, photographers, designers and all kinds of people, with the idea that they’re going to be creating and collaborating.”
- Bradley Hughes, director school of Music Production and Sound Design for Visual Media, Academy of Art University1
Western Iowa Tech Community College shifted from PC to Mac. Over four years, the school saw a 62% reduction in desktop support, a drop in laptop support from 4.5 hours to 3 minutes per year, and a reduction of more than two million pages of printed paper.1
1 Apple. (2022). Enabling Student Success - Apple and Higher Education.