5 takeaways from Apple’s M1 processor and what it means for Windows on ARM
Today, Apple announced that it would use its new M1 ARM-based processor and GPU in its MacBook Air, Mac mini, and MacBook Pro 13 for 2020. What does this mean for Windows on ARM, and what was missing from today’s announcement? Here are five observations from today’s event.
This post was written by Dan Thorp-Lancaster and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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