Apple announces the next generation of Macs




 As expected, Apple announces during the November 10 event streamed online, its first Macs powered by Apple Silicon chip, the arm-based custom processors made by Apple.



The first generation of Apple Silicon chips specially designed and optimized for Mac is called the "M1". It is a fast chip that is made with a cutting-edge 5-nanometer process technology that combines multiple elements like the processor, the integrated GPU, Secure Enclave, and the RAM in one small chip, and achieves more than one million points on the Antutu Benchmarks platform. It has an eighth core processor (4 high-performance + 4 high-efficiency) which, according to Apple, is three and a half times faster than other CPUs on the market, allowing photographers to edit high-resolution images at lightning speed and developers to build applications nearly three times faster than before, consuming less power compared to the latest  Intel's CPUs, plus an 8-core GPU, can handle demanding tasks with ease, from the seamless operation of multiple 4K video streams, playing high graphics games to rendering complex 3D scenes. The M1 chip brings also Apple’s Neural Engine to the Mac for the first time with a 16-core architecture that accelerates the machine learning (ML) tasks like voice recognition, video analysis, and image processing.


Apple announces during this event three new Macs with Apple Silicon chip: MacBook Air 13", MacBook Pro 13", and Mac mini.

MacBook Air:




The new MacBook Air 13" for this year is coming with a 2560‑by‑1600-resolution Retina display with True Tone technology, better FaceTime HD camera, three built‑in microphones, and equipped with the M1 chip that contains an up to 3.5 times faster 8-core CPU and an up to five times faster 8-core GPU, with up to 16 GB of integrated RAM, 2 TB of SSD storage twice faster than the previous generation, Touch ID, Wi-Fi 6, USB 4, and gives you up to 18 hours of battery life.



 This new MacBook Air it's faster than 98% of the PCs in the market according to Apple and is powered by the just-released macOS 11 BigSur that comes with a complete design refresh, improved privacy features, and it can run iPhone and iPad apps, and it's available with a price starting at $999 in the U.S.

MacBook Pro 13" :



Apple announces another 13-inches mac with the M1 chip ( 8-cores CPU+ 8-cores GPU+ 16-core Neural Engine) during this event as well, it is a new MacBook Pro with a Retina display with P3 wide color and True Tone technology, 2.8 times better CPU performance, and up to 5 times faster graphics, up to 16 GB of integrated RAM, up to 2 TB of SSD storage twice faster than the previous generation, an active cooling system, Touch Bar, Touch ID, better FaceTime HD camera, three built‑in microphones, Wi-Fi 6, USB 4, and gives you up to 20 hours of battery life. MacBook Pro 13" with Apple Silicon is also powered by macOS 11 BigSur, and it's available with a price starting at $1299 in the U.S.

Mac mini:



The third and the last mac device with the M1 chip that Apple unveiled during this November event is a new Mac mini that features an octa-core processor performance three times faster, an octa-core graphics card up to 6 times faster, and up to 15 times faster machine learning - thanks to the Neural Engine 16 cores - compared to the previous generation, and comes with up to 16 GB of integrated RAM, Wi-Fi 6, up to 2 TB of SSD storage in the same compact design.



this new Mac mini features an advanced thermal design to help it maintain performance while keeping it cool and quiet, and has two  Thunderbolt / USB 4 ports, two USB-A ports, HDMI 2.0, and Gigabit Ethernet ports, and it's also powered by macOS BigSur starting at $699 in the U.S.



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