Apple's highly-anticipated Apple Silicon processors have finally arrived with the reveal of the M1. The M1 chip will feature an 8-core CPU, 7-core GPU, and a 16-core Neural Engine all in one chip, allowing for big boosts in efficiency and performance. The chip will first be available in two of its most popular laptops: the MacBook Air (from $999) and the 13-inch MacBook Pro (from $1,199). Not only does this bring boosts in overall performance but both laptops will get a big jump in battery life with up to 18 hours on the Air and up to 20 hours on the Pro. The chip will also be available in a new Mac Mini (from $699), which is even more affordable while offering faster performance in apps like Xcode, Final Cut Pro, and Lightroom.
Apple unveils the new MacBook Pro with M1 Pro and M1 Max processors
The new laptops feature Apple's most powerful chips yet.
Apple launches the new Mac Studio, Studio Display, M1-powered iPad Air, and an iPhone SE with 5G
The company also announced its most powerful chip ever, the M1 Ultra.