Apple Launches Its 13-Inch Arm-Based MacBook Pro With A Built-In M1 chip

Apple MacBook Pro
Apple MacBook Pro

To usher Mac users to the next era, Apple has introduced this arm-based MacBook Pro that is 13-inch and costs $1,299.  This comes as an upgraded replacement to the prior MacBook Pro computers by including the fastest M1 processing core chip. It is faster by 2.8 times in performance and 5 times in graphics than earlier models. It has retained the cooling system with an active fan and includes a touch space and 2 thunderbolt ports.

MacBook Pro provides a 20-hour battery life with a RAM configuration option of 8GB/16GB and SSD selection of 256GB/512GB/1TB/2TB.

MacBook Pro Additions

Apart from Apple’s obvious advancement, this MacBook Pro proves to be a step forward for all other arm laptops. After much delay, Apple has finally been able to operate the chip processor following its June presentation of Adobe Photoshop, MS Office, and Light-room operations. However, some of these features will be launched in 2021. The MACs with silicon have already implemented pro apps such as Final Cut Pro and Logic.

Apple has been working on generating their self-designed processors for one decade and they had already inserted their T2 chip for security reasons and ‘A’ series processors. This MacBook Pro is a great achievement in the world of gadgets and Apple is confident of their arm laptops with their chips. It is supposed to be used for professional-level work.

MacBook Pro can be pre-booked from 17th November.