After the announcement last week of the new Macs with an M1 processor, the first units have gone ahead and have already begun to reach the first lucky ones since Monday that were made with one of the newer MacBook Pros, MacBook Air, or Mac mini.
The power of Apple’s new M1 processors will undoubtedly be a benchmark in the remainder of 2020 and next 2021.
Originally, the first wave of deliveries had to start today TuesdayHowever, some units have gone ahead, and their users have quickly shared the first images of the new Macs in person.
one of the first few people who got it first😍
M1 Macbook pro looking pretty # AppleSiliconM1 pic.twitter.com/TQTgkqKIlK
– Ali King Fans Intl (@ mnloona48_) November 16, 2020
Users have not been long in expressing their pleasant surprise, and submitting their new computers to the best known benchmarks to verify that the new M1s are indeed at another level.
Macbook air arrived a day early pic.twitter.com/pcMxDVJLC3
– hotshot (@ hotshot_911) November 16, 2020
Apple had only a week from unveiling the new M1-chip Macs until they reached consumers, which is really a short time. Still, the first units are one day early, even when many users thought that the first orders would not begin to arrive until the end of this month of November.
M1 processor features
The new Macs with Apple Silicon have shown in the first benchmarks be the most powerful single-core Macs Apple has ever made. When it comes to multi-core, the new MacBook Air, Pro and Mac mini are more powerful than the 16-inch MacBook Pro with Intel i9 processor.
The new computers have already shown that they are even faster than their previous versions when they have to run applications designed for Intel architecture using Rosetta 2, in addition to offering a graphic power that surpasses dedicated cards from Nvidia and AMD such as the GeForce GTX 1010 Ti or the Radeon RX 560.
Apple has undoubtedly thrown the rest for this 2020, and has presented three Macs that make things very difficult for the competitionWe are already talking about processor manufacturers and computer manufacturers as such.