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Those who do not like to use ARM chips on computers are still assured, MacBook Pro and Mac mini still have the option to use Intel chips


Those who do not like to use ARM chips on computers are still assured, MacBook Pro and Mac mini still have the option to use Intel chips.

This morning (11/11), Apple has released the M1 chip for   MacBook Air 13 inch , MacBook Pro 13-inch and the Mac mini . Currently, for the 13-inch MacBook Air, Apple only offers a version using the M1 chip for $ 999 (about 23 million). But for the MacBook Pro and Mac mini, the Intel chip options are still offered by Apple.

As for the 16-inch MacBook Pro , there is an Intel 6-core i7 and 8-core i9 chip option, while the 13-inch MacBook Pro version has four options. The new 13-inch MacBook Pro with M1 chip has an option of 256 GB or 512 GB SSD, with prices starting at $ 1,299 (about 30 million).

The 13-inch Intel MacBook Pro starts at $ 1,799, options include a quad-core i5 or i7 Intel chip, with a 512GB or 1 TB SSD.

Those who do not like to use ARM chips on computers are still assured, MacBook Pro and Mac mini still have the option to use Intel chips.

For the Mac mini, there are 6-core i5 or i7 Intel 6-core chip options, which let you choose up to 64 GB of RAM. While the Mac mini using the M1 chip has only 1 version of RAM, 16 GB.

Mac mini

The M1-powered Mac mini has 256GB and 512GB SSD options, while the Intel-based version only offers a 512GB SSD (up to 4TB for customers who order separately). Mac mini with M1 chip costs from $ 699 (about 16.2 million), while the latest Intel chip model costs $ 1,099 (about 25.4 million)

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