April 18, 2024

Apple’s M1 chip, used in computers ranging from $699 to $1699, and tablets, upends decades of x86 OEM marketing and segmentation centered around CPU performance

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Apple’s M1 chip, used in computers ranging from $699 to $1699, and tablets, upends decades of x86 OEM marketing and segmentation centered around CPU performance  —  On Tuesday, Apple updated the iMac with new SKUs, display panels, and various color options.
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