Apple has introduced new versions of the Mac Book Pro 13-inch powered by its M1 chipset. Apple announced earlier this year that the company was replacing its entire Intel x86 CPU Mac product lineup with its ARM-based processors. The first processor in this new generation of Apple silicon processors is being called the Apple M1, which includes eight cores (four high-power and four power-efficient) as well as a custom GPU, image signal processor, Secure Enclave, and Neural Engine. Huh. The Apple M1 is designed with the new memory architecture and is built on a 5 nm process.
MacBook Air models running Intel are no longer listed. The color options are Silver, Space Gray, and Gold. The color option in this is only Silver. MacBook pro An Intel-powered version of this is still listed. Mac Book Pro 13 with an all-new Mac is offered with 8GB of RAM by default and there is also an option to upgrade to 16GB from the company, The Apple Store in India is taking pre-orders and shipping will start.
MacBook pro powered by Apple Silicon According to Apple, the MacBook Air is the world’s best-selling 13-inch notebook. MacBook pro Previously impossible tasks can now be performed comfortably on such a thin and light device, MacBook pro as it incorporates 3.5X faster CPU performance, MacBook pro 5X faster graphics performance, and MacBook pro 9X faster machine learning than the previous generation. The MacBook Air is said to be 98 percent faster than the PC laptops sold in the past year. The new MacBook Air is now fanless and completely quiet. It can back up to 15 hours for wireless web browsing and 18 hours for video playback, which is 6 hours more than before. It gives good performance in tasks like video transcoding and compiling code. Battery life is up to 17 hours for wireless web browsing and 20 hours for video playback, which is 10 hours more than before. This is the longest battery life ever for a Mac.
Specification: Mac Book Pro