At an event that happened recently, Apple declared its first Apple Silicon-based Macs. Notifying about the new MacBooks and a Mac mini based on the organization’s in-house ARM-based chipsets– rather than the older Intel processors– Apple founded a new line-up of machines. The company assures that these will be more powerful and power-efficient than the previous ones.
All these new ranges of products will be up for a sale at Apple’s online store and it’s authorised retailers and e-commerce partners such as Amazon and Flipkart.
MacBook Air 13 with Apple Silicon M1: Price and specifications
This product is a 13-inch MacBook Air using new M1 chipset from the Apple Silicon family of SoCs for Macs. It has been declared to retail at a starting price of Rs 92,900 in India.
Resembling the other chips for Apple’s phones and watches, the M1 will use the company’s in-house ARM-based processing cores made with the newest 5nm fabrication method.
MacBook Pro 13 with Apple Silicon M1: Price and specifications
Apple is also selling a 13-inch MacBook Pro released at a starting price of Rs 1,22,900 and assures not only better functioning than other MacBooks, but also the “best battery life on a MacBook to date”, “best-in-class” security with the Secure Enclave in M1 and Touch ID.
Mac mini with Apple Silicon M1: Price and specifications
With the first two products coming out in sale, The Mac mini is also going to be live for the users at a price of Rs 64,900. Mac mini is claimed to be “far more powerful and far more versatile” than Mac minis before. IT has up to two displays including Apple’s Pro Display XDR in full 6K resolution, and Wi-Fi 6 for faster wireless performance, and the Secure Enclave in M1 for “best-in-class” security.