The arrival of Macs equipped with Apple Silicon M1 processors at the end of 2020 marked the beginning of the Apple transition towards its own architecture. For 10 years, the company has been evolving the concept of its own processors and is waiting for this precise moment to show the world what its initial proposal is for what awaits us in the future.
The initial reach surprised those of us who were able to analyze the first Macs with this technology, especially since they were in direct competition with one of the world’s leading companies, no more and no less than Intel. . The new apple computers
An unprecedented leap: data by data
Our partner Antonio Sabán wrote one of the articles for Engadget more complete than what can be found today on the balance between efficiency, performance and power of this new technology. To do this, he managed to deactivate – using techniques close to “jailbreak” – some of the cores of the SoC itself (System on chip) and do your own tests, measuring how well they perform and whether they fulfill what Apple promised in its presentation.
Looking at the M1’s wattage and efficiency makes it clear that what we’ve seen is way ahead of the rest of the competition.
We have also pointed out on several occasions that in these new machines the synthetic benchmarks they are no longer valid by themselves: Antonio in his article also analyzes their functioning even record consumption per watt. We talk about all of that in this podcast where we break down each of the tests, why the step the company has taken is so important, and what the next steps are. Macs have a future brighter than ever
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