Apple M1: News

Apple M1 is built on a 5nm process technology with 16 billion transistors. It has an octa-core CPU and an octa-core GPU which delivers up to 3.5x faster CPU performance, up to 6x faster GPU performance, and can render complex 3D scenes. Apple Neural Engine can provide up to 15x faster machine learning as well as improved video analysis, voice recognition, and image processing. It is also equipped with Apple’s latest Image Signal Processor (ISP), which enables high video quality, noise reduction, and improved auto white-balance. The SoC also has an in-built Security Enclave and an Apple-designed Thunderbolt controller.

22 Jan 2023

Apple MacBook Air

Apple's MacBook Air (2020) gets Rs. 40,000 discount on Flipkart

Apple's MacBook Air (2020) with an M1 chip, is now available for purchase with steep discounts and exchange offers via Flipkart.

06 Dec 2022


#DealOfTheDay: Apple MacBook Air M1 available with Rs. 21,000 discount

Apple's MacBook Air with an M1 chip is retailing with a discount of Rs. 20,910 in India on the online shopping portal Croma.

27 Jun 2022


Apple student discount 2022: Deals on MacBooks and iPads

Apple has announced "Back to School" 2022 offers for students who want to grab a MacBook, iPad, or iMac this summer.

07 Jun 2022


Apple M2-powered MacBook Air, Pro announced: Check price and specifications

Apple has announced the MacBook Air (2022) and MacBook Pro (2022) models at its WWDC 2022 event.

09 Mar 2022


iPad Air (2022) with M1 chip launched at Rs. 55,000

Apple launched the new iPad Air (5th Gen) at its "Peek Performance" online event on Tuesday. It starts at Rs. 54,990 for the 64GB Wi-Fi-only model.

30 Apr 2021


Apple's upcoming M1 chip's successor has reportedly entered production

Apple made headlines when it announced a transition from Intel CPUs to its custom-designed processors in 2020. Since then, the M1 chip has featured in devices including the recently launched iPad Pro, 13-inch MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro.

18 Feb 2021

Mac OS

Hackers already targeting M1 Macs with malware; Gain root access

Security researcher Patrick Wardle has found a malicious application called GoSearch22, which is specifically designed for Apple's products running the new M1 chips.