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One More Very Big Thing: Apple Launches First ARM-Based Macs

One More Very Big Thing: Apple Launches First ARM-Based Macs

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Today, during its live, special "One More Thing" event, Apple launched its new line of ARM-based computers, the MacBook Air, Mac mini, and 13" MacBook Pro. The unveiling itself wasn't a surprise: Earlier this year, Apple announced its plan to move away from Intel® processors, so we knew the transition was coming. What we didn't know was which ARM-based Macs would debut first and what the new architecture means for Apple users. Today, our questions were answered.

MacBook Air

Apple kicked things off with its most popular notebook, the MacBook Air. Like all of today's big announcements, the 2020 MacBook Air features Apple's new ARM-based M1 processor, which will deliver huge leaps in performance speeds, including graphics that are 5x faster—which is the largest speed boost ever recorded between generations of MacBook Air.

The impressive numbers don't stop there, either. According to Apple, the powerful M1 chip allows the new MacBook Air to achieve CPU performance that is up to 3.5x faster, SSD performance that's up to 2x faster, and on down the line. In terms of real-world applications, here's a snapshot of some of the things you can do with the new MacBook Air and its ARM-based M1 processor compared to its predecessor:

• Export photos from Lightroom 2x faster.

• Export projects for the Web using iMovie up to 3x faster.

• Integrate 3D effects in Final Cut Pro up to 5x faster.

• Play back and edit multiple streams of 4K ProRes video in Final Cut Pro without dropping a frame—that's not even possible with the previous generation!

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