What happens when I switch from an M2 processor to an M1 MacBook Pro?

The 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M2 processor is already on the market, and the MacBook Air is expected to hit the market in July. M2 is still a 5nm process. After shoppingmode Apple redesigned the internal architecture, the transistor scale is larger, the CPU performance is increased by 18%, and the GPU is increased by 35%. Recently, on a whim, a YouTuber, Luke Miani, decided to install the M2 processor from the new MacBook Pro to the M1 MacBook Pro.

However, since the processor and the motherboard are packaged together, the entire motherboard was finally chosen to be replaced. Unexpectedly, although the wiring is sophisticated and complicated, the two motherboards have been successfully exchanged, and the location space is also suitable.

After Miani excitedly pressed the power button, he found that the system could not be started, the screen was directly black, and any input operation was invalid. Miani began to suspect that the touch ID was not recognized, but after the replacement, it was found that the screen was still black, and even booting into DFU recovery mode was not feasible.

Some netizens said that it may be caused by Apple’s fine-tuning of the keyboard and touch input interface, but Miani still has no effect after so long, and decided to give up.

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