Apple launches the most efficient ARM-based Systems-On-a-Chip (SOCs), the M1 Pro and M1 Max.
Apple has officially unleashed its two latest computers that predominantly focus on ARM-based Systems-On-a-Chip (SOCs), the M1 Pro and M1 Max. When compared to the M1 that was released last year, these new systems have 70 percent faster CPU performance. There is a more remarkable improvement in the graphics; it is more pronounced, as the M1 Pro's GPU is 2x robust and quicker than that in the M1, while the M1 Max GPU is 4x time quicker than the M1.
The all-new model will allow the users to fly through the most innovative graphics workflows. Furthermore, its memory bandwidth is top-notch, as it delivers up to 200GB/s with whooping 32GB of unified memory. The new M1 Max takes things to the next level with 00GB/s memory bandwidth, and it will support up to 64GB of suitable memory.
Apple has stated that the performance of the new system models will be the same whether plugged in or when it is operating on battery. The M1 Pro and M1 Max will also have enhanced media engines and ProRes accelerators for quality video processing. Both the systems are built on the latest 5nm process. with high-performance and high-efficiency cores.