Tuesday, November 24

Apple M1: what the first Mac computers with self-designed processors look like (and why they are a “concern” for Intel)


  • Leo Travel
  • BBC Technology Editor

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The so-called M1 is a step designed to technologically unite the Mac and iPhones.

A new stage opens at Apple and in the computer industry.

The apple company has unveiled its first Mac computers with chips ddesign own.

In June, the company announced that it would begin the process of moving away from the Intel processors it had been using since 2006.

Apple said that among the advantages of using the M1 chip, developed by the company itself, is the availability of a battery with a longer life, the ability of computers to instantly wake up from sleep mode (sleep mode) and running iOS system applications.

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