One more thing: Apple Launches M1 processor and MacBooks

Apple Launches M1 processor and MacBooks

Finally, Apple concluded its final event for the year 2020 with its ‘one more thing’ invites that they had circulated last month. On November 10th it launched its two all-new MacBooks and a new Mac mini and as announced previously has launched its Silicon title M1: SoC is the first PC chip built on the industry-leading 5nm technology. The Livestream for the Apple event started at 23:33 (IST) by the Apple CEO Tim Cook. The ARM-based Mac is tailor-made for both inventive and specialised professionals. Apple also published that macOS Big Sur will be accessible from November 12th.

Apple requires that the M1-powered Macs will offer significant increases in power-efficiency and performance. The 13-inch MacBook Pro’s price starts from ₹92,900 in India. The device will be open to buying from November 17th.

Meanwhile, the New MacBook Pro will be available in 8GB as well as 256GB and the 8GB as well as 512GB variants are priced at Rs 1,22,900 and Rs 1,42,900.

The Latest Mac Mini will also retail in both the variant 8GB and 256GB, and the 8GB, as well as 512GB variants, will place you aback by ₹64,900 and ₹84,900 respectively.

Specification of MacBook Air with M1

Two variants – One has the Apple M1 chip with 8‑core CPU, 7‑core GPU, and 16‑core Neural Engine and 256GB storage. 

Second is the Apple M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU, 16-core Neural Engine and 512GB Storage. 

Both come with 13-inch Retina display with True Tone, 8 GB RAM, Magic Keyboard,  Force Touch trackpad, Touch ID and Two Thunderbolt / USB 4 ports.

With the all-new M1 processors, the MacBooks will immediately run apps designed for iPhone and iPads as developers can optimise their code, over the entire family of devices. This also makes more established integration over Apple’s full hardware lineup.