Apple introduces M1 chip to power its new Arm-based Macs

Apple has introduced the new M1 chip that will power its new generation of Arm-based Macs. It’s a 5nm processor, just like the A14 powering its latest iPhones.

Apple says the new processor will focus on power efficiency, and . It has an eight-core CPU, which Apple says offers the world’s best performance per watt of an CPU. Apple says it delivers the same peak performance as a typical laptop CPU at a quarter of the power draw. It says this has four of the world’s fastest CPUs cores, paired with four high-efficiency cores.

It pairs this with up to an eight-core GPU, which Apple claims offers the world’s fastest integrated graphics, and a 16-core Neural Engine. It has a USB 4 controller, media encode and decode engines, and secure…

Continue reading…

www.theverge.com/2020/11/10/21558095/apple-silicon-m1-chip-arm-macs-soc-charge-power-efficiency-mobile-processor

Leave a Reply