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M1 Macs running M1 Max is a mouthful.— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) October 18, 2021
M1 Pro— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) October 18, 2021
70% faster CPU than M1
2x faster GPU than M1
Up to 32GB of unified memory
i just want a macbook that can handle 126 tabs, three 1K+ row spreadsheets, tweetdeck, photoshop, slack and zoom at once. is that so much to ask?— paris martineau (@parismartineau) October 18, 2021
how many Macs will have the M1 Max— dan-dor the relentless (@dcseifert) October 18, 2021
here's my tweet about apple today: weird to release a processor called M1 Max that goes into Macs, could get confusing, sort of a who's on first scenario, anyway that's my Analysis— Sam Biddle (@samfbiddle) October 18, 2021
M1 Pro: 33.7b transistors (2x M1)— Horace Dediu (@asymco) October 18, 2021
The low power consumption for the new M1 chips are nuts: Up to 21 hours of video playback on the 16inch model — *10* more hours than prior edition.— Patrick McGee (@PatrickMcGee_) October 18, 2021
Apple making its own chips for computers and phones that are way faster and more efficient.— Rich DeMuro (@richontech) October 18, 2021
Google making its own chips for smartphones that are way faster and more efficient.
Will Samsung do the same or stick with Qualcomm???
Apple's comparison chart also includes MSI's GE76 Raider 11UH-053 (the high-end PC laptop graphics), which ships with an RTX 3080— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) October 18, 2021
M1 Max is insane.— Steven Sinofsky – stevesi.eth (@stevesi) October 18, 2021
RIP Intel MBPs. A 13X GPU increase generation over generation is going to make supporting older machines really, really difficult going forward— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) October 18, 2021
What we have now is GPU-class bandwidth for the integrated graphics as well.— ??. ??? ??????? (@IanCutress) October 18, 2021
If Apple is accomplishing this performance and efficiency with the current M1 architecture it is mind-bending to think about what M2 architecture is going to accomplish.— Ben Bajarin (@BenBajarin) October 18, 2021
Usually, when you make a chip larger and pack more cores, you get performance but greatly sacrifice power efficiency (wattage).— Ben Bajarin (@BenBajarin) October 18, 2021
Have to credit Apple's architecture (and designers) with the unprecedented performance and efficiency delivered with these chips.
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