The company has launched new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models with M1 chipset. Here’s the difference between both models.
The new Apple’s M1 processor debuted with the latest MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. The company said the latest Mac Air is 3.5 times faster than the old model and Mac Pro is 11 times faster than the old model. Both MacBook also offers double battery life as compared to its old models.
Difference Between MacBook Air And MacBook Pro
The new MacBooks are more similarities than differences. The company offers the same chipset in both Mac, same storage options, port, and display. People have to look closely to find a difference between them.
The new MacBooks are powered by the same M1 chip with an 8-core CPU, GPU, and 16-core Neural Engine. But the base model of Mac Air has only seven core, not eight. The biggest difference in both models is a “Fan”. The Mac Pro is more smooth and performance boost due to its “Fan” because Mac Air has not any Fan like Mac Pro. In a simple way technology use in Fan is different and cooling fast so due to low-temperature MacBook Pro performs more efficiently and fast.
The company has increased the battery life on its MacBooks by double than previous models. The Mac Air offers 15 hours of wireless web and up to 18 hours of video playback. The Mac Pro offers 2 hours more battery life.
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The Touch Bar has been new to the Mac Pro and it continues to do so with the new one. People instead get physical function keys on the Mac Air. Both the MacBooks also come with a Touch ID sensor and a backlit Magic keyboard.
Both MacBook Air and MacBook Pro come with the same 13.3-inch Retina display with (2560×1600 pixels) resolution. The MacBook Pro has a slightly brighter screen with 500 nits as compared to 400 nits on the Mac Air.
The MacBook Pro with 256GB SSD is priced at Rs. 1,22,900 and Rs. 1,42,900 for 512GB SSD. On other hand, MacBook Air is priced at Rs. 92,900 for the 256GB model and Rs. 1,17,900 for the 512GB model.