Apple MacBook M1 Laptops
Apple MacBook M1 laptops contain the M1 family of processors on a chip, including the M1, M1 Max and M1 Pro. Choose between 13.3", 14.4" and 16.2" models that are as performative as they are sleek.
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What are Apple
MacBook M1 Laptops?
Featuring the M1 system on a chip, Apple laptops uses different versions of the M1 processor for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro.
All models have an aluminum chassis, excellent Retina displays, Thunderbolt ports and USB-C charging.
Apple MacBook Laptop Features
Apple MacBook M1 Models
13" MacBook Air
Available in two versions, the Apple MacBook Air targets the pro-consumer market. It features a 13.3"Retina screen and a choice of two M1 processors. Memory options include 8GB and 16GB RAM and SSD capacities are from 256GB up to 2TB. The MacBook Air is only 0.63-inches high and weighs 2.8 pounds.
14" MacBook Pro
The 14" Apple MacBook Pro is aimed squarely at the professional market. Choose between two versions of the M1 Pro processor, 16GB or 32GB RAM and SSD sizes from 512GB to 8TB. This laptop features an improved Liquid Retina XDR display and has a six-speaker sound system. The 14" laptop weighs 3.5 pounds. The laptop features three Thunderbolt 4 ports, HDMI® and a MagSafe 3 charging port.
16" MacBook Pro
The 16" Apple MacBook Pro has similar specifications to the 14" MacBook Pro, plus the option of the incredibly powerful M1 MAX processor that has 10 processor cores, a 32-core GPU and 64GB RAM. It has a 16" Liquid Retina XDR display with a maximum display resolution of 3456 x 2234 pixels.
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