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Apple’s next-generation Macs will use a new chip called the M1, a big brother to the A14 chips in its iPhone 12, that Apple says will bring new power and battery life to its personal computers. The same M1 chip now powers new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini models.
The company’s goal with the chip is to achieve “industry leading performance and features while relentlessly focusing on performance efficiency,” Johny Srouji, Apple’s senior vice president of hardware technologies, said at an. The new Macs will be joined by higher-end models in the next two years as .
In the, the processor helps provide battery life that’s good for “up to” 15 hours of web browsing and 18 hours of video. Processor speed is three and a half times…