Apple’s first ARM based MacBook!

The launch of its Macbook Air 2020 was announced by Apple. The new M1 processor from Apple is powered. This is the first MacBook Air and one of the first laptops to have a specially-designed Apple arm-based CPU.

Apple’s first ARM based MacBook!

The new MacBook Air will start with $999, which comes in March, the same price as the previous MacBook Air. It's available on November 17, but today you can order it. (This model seems to have been discontinued on Apple's website).

A 7-core GPU and 246 GB of storage and 8 GB of memory are included in the base model. The maxed-out configuration with 16 GB of memory and 2Tb of stock is 2.049 $for models that have an eight-core GPU and 512Gbo start at $1,249. The Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X will come pre-installed for an additional $299.99 and $199.99 respectively. It is available in gold, silver and space gray, as well as in its previous version.

This is the same as the iPhone 12 and iPad Air processors that have been installed in the previous MacBook models and are based on different architectures than Intel. Apple claims it has four high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores, a strength and durability effort to balance. It also says the chip provides the best per watt per CPU output in the world and allows immediate wake-up speeds so your laptop will be enabled when you open it. All this should add up to long battery life and efficiency compared to the previous iteration.

Apple confirms that you will have a MacBook Air with the longest battery life ever, with 15 hours wireless browsing and eighteen hours of video playback charging, a 4- and 6-hour boost compared with the Intel MacBook Air chip. There's no fan inside, so it's supposed to work without noise.

For the specifications, the new Air comes with the same 13.3-inch 2560 x 1600 Retina display that supports P3 wide color gamut, 400 nits lightweight, a magic keyboard with backlit and up to 16 GB of memory and 2 TB of storage. There are two USB ports (which are used to charger DisplayPort, Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.1 Gen 2) and a headphone jack. It supports Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 and Touch ID.

ARM systems have the greatest advantage of improving battery life and reliability over Intel systems. You can also run iOS and iPadOS apps on macOS natively.