Apple has made a lot of claims about the new M1 chipsets that they’re working in the new 13 -inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. We “ve no idea” how they’ll perform in real-world exams, but benchmarks have shown that they are crazy strong and even beat out Apple’s own Intel Core-i9 16 -inch MacBook Pro.
In fact, the M1’s performance has not just stunned many of us, but even the kinfolks at Apple themselves. Speaking in an interview with The Independent, Apple’s SVP of software engineering Craig Federighi mentioned how astounded they were while they were developing the chipset.
Federighi was quoted as saying, “We overshot. You have these projects where, sometimes you have a goal and you’re like,’ Well, we got close, that was fine.’ This one, part of what has us all only rebounding off the walls here — really smiling — is that as we made the segments together, we’re like,’ This is working better than we even thought it would.’”
While the performance, at least on paper, is impressive, what many were more amazed by was the advertised battery life of the new laptops, where Apple claims that they will last anywhere between 17 -2 0 hours. That tell me anything , nothing of this has been put to the test more as the new laptops have yet to be released, but they are available for pre-order and we can’t wait to see how they fare with day-to-day use.
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