After pitting the M1 MacBook Pro against the M1 MacBook Air in his previous video, Mac Tech took to YouTube once again, this time to see how the new 13-inch M1-powered MacBook Pro squares up against the 16-inch Intel i9-powered MacBook Pro.
In a recent YouTube video, Max Tech pits Apple’s M1 MacBooks against each other in a comprehensive comparison (CPU and GPU stress tests included!).
A new online tool recently discovered in a Reddit thread is designed to tell you whether the Mac apps you need in your line of work support Apple Silicon yet.
Here are some comprehensive tests and benchmarks of the new M1 Mac mini.
Apple executives discuss Apple Silicon and the M1 chip in yet another new interview.
Can Apple Silicon Macs run Windows software? It appears so, and you don’t even need to install Windows itself.
Pixelmator Pro 2.0 is now available for download in the Mac App Store.
1Password has announced version 7.7 for Mac is now available.
Google has launched Chrome for Apple Silicon Macs.
This is a great example of how incredibly quick Apple Silicon performs on the M1 MacBook Air.
Developers have a new version of macOS Big Sur beta to download.
We’ve compiled a review roundup of Apple’s first M1 products including the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini.