The Apple M1 chip delivers incredible performance improvements for CPU, GPU, machine learning speeds, and custom technologies – along with revolutionary power efficiency. There are three new Mac models powered by Apple M1 chip in addition to the Intel-based Mac models still available.
The Apple M1 chip enables employees to achieve a new level of productivity and best-in-class security. Automatic encryption for all files, secure boot and new security protections built into the code of M1 give users the most advanced security in any personal computer.
Businesses can use every Mac with M1 to utilise the world’s largest software ecosystem – from running iPhone and iPad apps on Mac to building the next generation of business apps using technologies like machine learning.
M1 includes Apple’s most advanced GPU. Featuring up to eight powerful cores capable of running nearly 25,000 threads simultaneously, the GPU can handle extremely demanding tasks with ease, from smooth playback of multiple 4K video streams to rendering complex 3D scenes. With 2.6 teraflops of throughput, M1 has the world’s fastest integrated graphics in a personal computer.
Start of a Two-Year Transition for the Mac
M1 powers the new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac mini and 24-inch iMac. They join the rest of the Mac product line to form the strongest Mac lineup ever. This is the beginning of a transition to a new family of chips designed specifically for the Mac. The transition to Apple silicon will take about two years to complete, and these three systems are an amazing first step.
Get in touch with our Apple experts to find out more and start your transition to M1.