Apple held their “One More Thing” event early Tuesday afternoon, where they announced its M1 chip for the Mac.
Apple also introduced three new MacBooks powered by the M1 chip: A new MacBook Air laptop, a new 13-inch MacBook Pro laptop and Mac Mini desktop computer. The designs have nearly identical to the current generation of each computer. Apple made several claims about the M1’s performance and how it’ll contribute to better battery life in the new Macs.
All three computers are available to order now and start shipping next week. The MacBook Air starts at $999, the MacBook Pro starts at $1,299 and the Mac Mini starts at $699.