• Apple's M1 MacBook Air Beats The 16-inch MacBook Pro In Benchmarks

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    Apple made some pretty bold claims when they announced their new M1-powered MacBook laptops. These claims were rather vague and left many wondering what Apple meant when they said that it outperforms other computers. While we're eagerly anticipating the reviews of these laptops, it appears that benchmarks could have validated some of Apple's claims. According to GeekBench benchmarks of the 13-inch M1 MacBook Air, it seems that it has managed to outperform Apple's 2019 Intel-based 16-inch MacBook Pro. The 16-inch MacBook Pro was basically the highest-end MacBook Pro that one could buy from...
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  • Redesigned M1 14-inch, 16-inch MacBook Pros In The Works

    Redesigned M1 14-inch, 16-inch MacBook Pros In The Works

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    At Apple's event yesterday, the company unveiled a brand new M1-powered 13-inch MacBook Pro. While the internals have changed, the exterior design of the laptop seems to have remained the same, where it sports the same keyboard and also the inclusion of a fingerprint sensor and the Touch Bar. For those who might be bored with the current design, you'll probably want to hold off on your purchase. This is because according to the reports, it seems that come 2021, Apple will be introducing a brand new design for their laptops. This will include a 14-inch MacBook Pro and also a 16-inch MacBook...
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  • Apple's M1 MacBooks Will Only Support Single External Displays

    Apple's M1 MacBooks Will Only Support Single External Displays

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    A popular setup used by MacBook owners is to dock their laptops on a stand and attach one or two monitors to it. However, with the new M1 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro , users can still attach external displays to the laptops, but unfortunately the number of displays have been reduced to just one. According to Apple, the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro will only support a single 6K 60Hz display like the Apple Pro Display XDR. This means that if you wanted to use more monitors, you'd be out of luck, although we guess your laptop's display could double up as the second display, albeit at a...
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