I have a P3P and flew in a 22 mph wind. I got warnings saying the bird "modality limited " when flying directly into the wind. This keeps the bird from tilting too severely in order to move forward. That said, I'm not sure of max wind.
The max wind is documented in DJI's manuals -- which aren't yet available for the P4P and I2.
In both the P4 and I1 manuals, DJI recommends not flying in winds exceeding 22 MPH (10 m/s). While both aircraft can technically fly in stronger winds, the Inspire will no doubt handle stronger winds better if you compare them. I'm assuming we're going to see the same when the P4P and I2 are compared.
As for flying in 48 MPH winds, that's likely a bad idea when using any type of DJI aircraft.
@msinger I guess I was looking for some "practical" advice on limits until shaky footage or inability to hover. I know a lot is based on motor and prop size.
Do you happen to know between the MP and P4?
I haven't tried flying my Mavic in winds over ~15 MPH. As far as I can tell, it performs in similar winds equally as well as all of my other DJI aircraft. I'm sure I would see some small differences if I hovered all of them in place in windy conditions, but that's a bit pedantic since those small differences would not matter to most pilots.