This week we released reviews of Apple’s latest Macs, the MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and desktop Mac mini. All three seriously impressed us, but it wasn’t due to any kind of external redesign. Apple has abandoned its long-standing use of Intel processors for a brand new in-house developed chip, called the Apple M1, which takes the performance of these machines to new (and different) levels.
The MacBook Air, in particular, really benefits from the performance boost, bringing it pretty close to the M1-based MacBook Pro despite its $ 999 starting price. However, there are plenty of things to consider about this SoC (System-on -Chip), which has up to 16 cores for managing processing and graphics activities.
New Macs based on Apple’s M1
You can read our in-depth analysis piece of M1’s performance for more details on how M1 works and how different applications are performed, but for many the main question will just be: do I need it now? We’ve got you covered with the guide …
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