Apple’s November Event, Check Out What You Might Have Missed

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APPLE: There are certain things you shouldn’t miss especially exquisite updates that come with great news.

Apple brand has offered five important updates that will take you to where you will get a piece of grand information.

You might be confused that Apple’s one more event is behind us, but in so many ways, Apple has simplified its lineup.

All variants of the new MacBook Air, 13_ inch Mac book Pro, and Mac mini have the exact same processor with one minor difference.

1_MACBOOK AIR’S DISAPPEARING GPU CORE.

This one was actually probably the easiest to miss. Apple’s new MacBook Air and 13_inch MacBook pro sport, per Apple’s specifications, the same M1 processor, which has. An 8_core CPU, 8_core GPU, and 16_core Neutral Engine.

The $1,249 MacBook Air has 8_GPU cores, the entry_level, $999 MacBook Air only has a 7_Cire GPU.

The bottom line is that you might want to wait for real-world tests until you buy any of these machines.

2_APPLE’S STILL SELLING AN INTEL_BASED MACBOOK PRO AND MAC MINI.

While the presentation on Tuesday was ongoing, Apple was careful not to mention the word “Intel”. But, truth is that the company still sells a Max mini with an Intel Core i5, 6_core processor, starting at $1,099.

This 13 inch MacBook pro can be hard with the Intel Core i5 quad-core process, starting at $1,799.

But these new Macs run cool and have battery life.

3_THE RAM IS CAPPED AT 16GB, EVEN ON THE MAC MINI.

The new Apple M1 chips come with 8 or 16GB of RAM soldered to the board. That means you cannot upgrade RAM after you buy any of these new machines.

Even though the Intel-based, 2018 Mac mini does not officially have user-installable RAM, it’s quite possible to upgrade it yourself, all the way up to 64GB of RAM.

. Vividly, it can’t be known until people open the new Mac mini up, but it is extremely unlikely that this will be possible with the M1-based Mac mini.

And even if you aren’t the tinkering type, the Intel-based Mac mini (which is still sold by Apple) can be bought with up to 64GB of RAM. With the M1 Mac mini, you’re stuck with a maximum of 16GB.

4_M1 CHIP MEANS THE MAC MINI AND 13 INCH MACBOOK PRO CAN DRIVE A 6K DISPLAY.

During the event, Apple said the new Macs can power a 6k daily. This was already through for the best.

Even in the last generation of MacBook Air, but as MacRumors noticed it first for the Mac book Pro.

It’s also notable that the Blackmagic eGPU isn’t listed as a supported accessory for any of the new computers. The Blackmagic eGPU, which Apple sells through its online store, is an external graphics card that can turn a MacBook into a gaming or graphics-processing powerhouse.

5_FACETIME CAMERAS ON THE NEW MACBOOK AIR AND PRO STILL HAVE 720 RESOLUTION.

The FaceTime cameras on the new MacBook Air and pro still have 720 resolution.

According to claims, the new M1 chip enables better camera performance, thus, you should be able to get a picture

This, perhaps, isn’t as troubling on the Air, which is Apple’s entry-level machine. But the new MacBook Pro, which is aimed at professionals, should at least have a 1080p camera.

 

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