Apple Announced New Macbook Pros With Much Faster M1 Chips

When Apple announced its first in-house M1 chips for its MacBook Air and Macbook 13-inch, it was clear that the company still had some work to do replacing Intel for its more power-hungry users. It took some time, but today Apple revealed not one, but two new versions of the M1 chip alongside two new MacBook pro models, both of which feature big design changes. Both the 14 and 16-inch Macbook Pros are available to preorder now ahead of their October 26 release date. The 14-inch Macbook Pro will start at $2,000, while the 16-inch model starts at $2,500. See at Apple First and foremost, say goodbye to the divisive touchbar for good. Apple has conceded and replaced the OLED strip at the top of the keyboard with physical function keys, which is sure to please many Macbook users. Additionally, the new 14 and 16-inch models come with a lot more ports, including HDMI out, an SD card reader, three Thunderbolt ports, and the return of the MagSafe charger. This new MagSafe 3 can charge either laptop up to 50% in just 30 minutes, says Apple.Continue Reading at GameSpot

Apple Announced New Macbook Pros With Much Faster M1 Chips

When Apple announced its first in-house M1 chips for its MacBook Air and Macbook 13-inch, it was clear that the company still had some work to do replacing Intel for its more power-hungry users. It took some time, but today Apple revealed not one, but two new versions of the M1 chip alongside two new MacBook pro models, both of which feature big design changes. Both the 14 and 16-inch Macbook Pros are available to preorder now ahead of their October 26 release date. The 14-inch Macbook Pro will start at $2,000, while the 16-inch model starts at $2,500.

First and foremost, say goodbye to the divisive touchbar for good. Apple has conceded and replaced the OLED strip at the top of the keyboard with physical function keys, which is sure to please many Macbook users. Additionally, the new 14 and 16-inch models come with a lot more ports, including HDMI out, an SD card reader, three Thunderbolt ports, and the return of the MagSafe charger. This new MagSafe 3 can charge either laptop up to 50% in just 30 minutes, says Apple.

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