Apple Axes Intel-Based MacBook Airs, 2-Port Intel MacBook Pros

Following the announcement of its new M1-based MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini, Apple has removed some of its Intel-based Macs from its product lineup, including Intel-based MacBook Airs, and 2-port Intel MacBook Pros (via The Verge).

M1 Macs

Apple has updated its online store to reflect the following changes:

The MacBook Air is now only available with Apple’s new M1 chips, meaning users can no longer order a MacBook Air with an Intel CPU. You can only order Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air with M1 chip in Canada, starting from $1,299 CAD.

The M1-based 13-inch MacBook Pro replaces the previous entry level MacBook Pro with two Thunderbolt ports and starts at $1,699 CAD.

Lastly, the M1-based versions of the Mac mini have replaced the previous entry level models with Intel CPUs and can now be pre-ordered starting at $899 CAD.

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