Apple no longer sells Intel-based MacBook Air, but Intel version of MacBook Pro 13 is still available

Apple no longer sells Intel-based MacBook Air, but Intel version of MacBook Pro 13 is still available

Apple traditionally, on the eve of a major announcement, closes its official website “for rediscounting.” After the announcement, the resource reflects all the latest changes in the product and pricing policy, which this time affected laptops with Intel processors. Apple has abandoned them – in part.

All three of yesterday’s new Apple products: MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13 and Mac Mini on the M1 platform itself

In fact, only the MacBook Air has completely gotten rid of Intel processors – starting today, only versions based on SoC M1 are offered. There are only two options so far: for $ 1000 with 8 GB of RAM and a 256 GB SSD and for $ 1250 with the same 8 GB of RAM and a 512 GB SSD. There is another interesting difference between them: the base MacBook Air received a graphics processor with 7 cores, while the more expensive version uses an 8-core GPU. This is important considering that you won’t be able to connect an external graphics card to your MacBook Air – despite the USB 4 ports and Thunderbolt 3 interface.

MacBook Pro 13 with Intel processors can still be bought

MacBook Pro 13 with Intel processors can still be bought, but only the most expensive versions with Core i5 and Core i7 processors for $ 1800 and $ 2000 remain. Interestingly, Apple has not yet dared to transfer this model to the M1 entirely.

Mac Mini now also has M1 and Intel processor versions. However, we wrote about this yesterday.

Apple no longer sells Intel-based MacBook Air, but Intel version of MacBook Pro 13 is still available

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