Apple announces MacBook Pro 13 with M1 processor

Apple has unveiled a 13-inch MacBook Pro powered by its own M1 ARM chip.

With the new processor, the computer is eight times faster than the previous generation with an Intel processor. Graphics are five times more powerful. It is the most powerful compact laptop available today.

An ARM processor is not only about performance, but also incredible autonomy: up to 17 hours of web browsing and up to 20 hours of video playback.

As with the MacBook Air, the rest of the laptop is no different from the Intel version: up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage (16 RAM and 2TB of ROM available only for laptops with Intel processors), 13.3-inch P3 Gamut Display, Touch ID in Power Button and Magic Keyboard.

In addition, the laptop supports Thunderbolt and USB 4 accessories. Wi-Fi 6, studio-quality microphones and speakers, everything is as it should be. The MacBook Pro 13 with an M1 processor will be available for pre-order today and will start shipping next week. The basic version will cost $ 1299 and $ 1199 for students.

Author: John Kessler
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