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M1 Pro and M1 Max: Silicon Wars

The most powerful silicon made by Apple

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Seems like the Global Chip shortage didn’t affect Apple in the slightest. less than a year ago, Apple has showcased its silicon prowess with M1 and now they’re back with two new chips this time around — M1 Pro and M1 Max. The all-new MacBook Pro is powered by these two chips.

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Abhinav Chandoli

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An Introvert, a YouTuber, a nerd, and a gamer. Writing about technology, science, and games. Contact: abhinavchandoli2@gmail.com

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