The early performance numbers proffered by Apple and others looked promising. By switching away from Intel chips to its own Apple Silicon M1 design, the latest Macs were much faster than previous versions, even faster than most Windows PCs. At least on paper.
Once I got a chance to test all three new systems — the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini — those performance boosts were confirmed. Yes, benchmark tests are different than real-world…
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