As Apple revealed in the recent 'One More Thing' event live-stream, the Mac and the Macbook are getting some major revamps in the very near future.
Fans have been promised a new Mac Mini computer, a new Macbook Pro laptop, and a new Macbook Air notebook for 2020.
At the event, Apple made sure to hype up the Mac to great heights, even going so far as to highlight which celebrities use Macbooks in a snazzy video montage.
But if you're looking for some hard and fast facts about the new Mac PCs and Macbook laptops for 2020, here's what you need to know...
2020 Mac Mini, Macbook Pro and Macbook Air specs and features
The main upgrade here is the Apple M1 Sillicon Chip - Apple's new piece of proprietary tech, which will replace the Intel chips which have previously powered the Mac.
The M1 chip brings four of the world's fastest high-performance cores, as we well as four high-efficiency cores. It will offer "by far the greatest performance" that Apple has ever delivered, according to what was said at the Apple.
The Big Sur OS will work wonders with M1, according to Apple. The new Mac laptops boot up almost instantaneously, and you'll see big upgrades to speed across the board.
Rendering a complex timeline in Final Cut Pro will apparently be up to six times faster, for example. Basically, this is a blazing fast Mac - a major upgrade!
Thanks to the universal focus that Apple is pushing, you'll even be able to access iPhone and iPad apps on your Mac - a very cool feature for developers and fans alike.
2020 Mac Mini, Macbook Pro and Macbook Air price and release date
You'll be able to order the 2020 Mac Mini, 2020 Macbook Pro and 2020 Macbook Air today (10th November 2020), with deliveries rolling out around the globe next week (week beginning 16th November 2020).
The 2020 Macbook Pro price is set at $1299 USD, while the 2020 Macbook Air 13 will set you back $999 USD, and the 2020 Mini Mac will start at $699 USD. You should be able to find product pages for all of them over Apple.com - so click that link to go check it out!
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