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Apple unveils its redesigned MacBooks with M1 Pro and M1 Max

The new M1 Pro and M1 Max are way ahead of Intel or AMD counterparts, offering powerful performance yet very power-efficient.

Apple has finally unveiled its much-awaited MacBook Pro series with all new powerful chipsets, M1 Pro and M1 Max. The new MacBooks have been completely redesigned with narrow bezels, a wide range of ports, including the MagSafe port. The successor to M1, the in-house series of silicon for Macs are way ahead of competition from Intel or AMD counterparts. These ARM-based chips are redesigned to include CPU, GPU, ML, AI engines with very high bandwidth channels, bringing unimaginable performance at very low power. This gives the new MacBooks the ability to provide sustained performance while doing heavy tasks like video editing, even on battery.  

The M1 Pro features a 10-core CPU with eight high-performance cores, two high-efficiency cores, and a 16-core GPU. M1 Pro delivers up to 200GB/s of memory bandwidth, nearly 3x the bandwidth of M1, and has 32GB of fast unified memory. In comparison, the M1 Max has the same 10-core CPU but includes a whopping 32 cores GPU with 64GB of fast unified memory and 400GB/s of memory bandwidth.

Both the new 14-inch and 16-inch models have the Liquid Retina XDR display, a 1080p HD camera with a wide aperture. Apple has brought in a notch to house this upgraded camera and narrowing the bezels. The macOS Monterey, releasing on October 25, is aimed to take full advantage of the new MacBooks featuring M1 Pro and M1 Max. Both the new MacBooks are available to order now and will be available in stores from October 26.


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