A couple of weeks ago we decided to buy a new Mac Mini with M1 processor to replace our 2016 MacBook Pro which I use to edit all of our videos. We made the purchase partly because we needed a new editing station, but also because we wanted to put this new ARM-based processor to the test to see if it would live up to all the hype. Spoiler Alert: It’s as good as you heard!
If you watch the video, you’ll see that the Mac Mini isn’t relaxed and was actually around 2.5 times faster at exporting the exact same Final Cut project than our 2016 MacBook Pro. And those stats alone were enough to convince me that we should have kept the Mac Mini around, but I was honestly more excited that the performance improvements were provided by an ARM-based processor over the Intel processor in our old 2016 Macbook Pro.
The Mac Mini is a true testament to the capabilities of ARM processors when built from the ground up for a specific purpose like Apple did here with the M1 chip. This machine – and the other laptops Apple has announced alongside the Mac Mini – demonstrate that the ARM architecture is capable of delivering extremely impressive processing power, and in the case of laptops with M1 chips, it can also offer battery life. awesome. Not to mention, these chips are generally less expensive than Intel counterparts on the market.
Eventually, the M1 buzzes me with enthusiasm for Google developing its own internal silicon. If Google is able to create a chip designed specifically for Chrome OS and Chromebooks, it could be a game-changing advance for the industry and could potentially offer a similar experience to the Mac Mini with the M1 chip. So, let’s hope Google has its best and brightest work on the next generation ARM chip for Chromebooks.
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