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The Magic Mac Reveals the True Power of Apple Silicon

Transportable computing, coming to a Mac near you

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As amazingly transformative as Apple silicon will eventually become, Apple chose to start small. It took three low-end Macs (MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini) and swapped out their Intel processors for the M1 chip. No redesigns…




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