APPLE is pushing its Mac computing to the next level.
At a special launch event on Tuesday, the tech giant’s boss Tim Cook announced a powerful new chip that will make Macs run really fast.
Front and center is a new Mac Studio, so small it can fit under any screen.
The box measures just 7.7 inches each side and is only 3.7 inches tall.
Even so, it’s more powerful than many of Apple’s existing Mac lines.
All thanks to the new M1 Ultra chip.
And despite its enormous size and colossal power, it is said to be very silent.
Apple describes it as a “breakthrough in personal computing”.
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It comes with a host of ports, including four thunderbolt ports, two USB-C ports, one HDMI port, one pro audio jack port, and an SD card slot.
Apple also unveiled a striking new display, called the Studio Display, that pairs beautifully with the Mac Studio.
The 27-inch widescreen can handle 5K video.
It has a 30-degree tilting arm, as well as six studio-quality speakers and microphones for crystal clear calls.
But it won’t be cheap.
Mac Studio starts at £199/$199, while monitors are from £1499/$1599.
“The M1 chip family is transforming products, forms and capabilities far beyond what users can do today,” analyst Paolo Pescatore from PP Foresight told The Sun.
The launch came as Apple also announced a brand New iPhone SEdesigned to attract new customers at cheaper rates.
In another development, Apple also announced:
- A new one iPhone SE 3 with must-have upgrades
- Two new iPhone colors available this week
- Refresh the giant iPad Air with a surprising trick
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