(Pocket-lint) – Yes, it’s only been a few months since the latest MacBook Air hit the streets. But while this new late 2020 model looks and feels the same as it did at the beginning of the year, what’s inside is quite different.
This is because the MacBook Air now runs exclusively on Apple processors, nicknamed Apple Silicon. The Apple M1 chip inside shares more in common – actually a lot in common – with Apple’s A-series iPhone and iPad chips than any Intel processor. It’s the same M1 that’s now available in the Mac mini range and the 13-inch MacBook Pro (although an Intel model of the latter is still available for now).
The move to Apple Silicon has been following 15 years of Macs using Intel processors, and while we’re not sure what’s going on at the high end of the range, it’s safe to say that all low-to-mid-tier Macs …
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