On Tuesday, Apple held its third event in the last 60 days, where it launched Apple Silicon and its first devices that featured the new M1 chip. Here’s what you need to know about the event, and what we thought about it.
The pre-recorded event was held at Apple Park and served as a crash-course to familiarize users with what Apple Silicon was capable of.
Apple Silicon and the M1 Chip
The M1 chip is the first in the new series of SoCs (system-on-a-chip) that Apple is producing during its two-year migration away from Intel processors. It’s designed to offer high-end performance in low-powered systems.