Here are the only Intel Macs left in Apple’s lineup following today’s ‘Unleashed’ event - 9to5Mac Submit a Tip / Contact Us Cashback Fix * 9to5Toys, * 9to5Google, * Electrek, * DroneDJ, * Space Explored, * About, * Privacy, Today Here are the only Intel Macs left in Apple’s lineup following today’s ‘Unleashed’ event José Adorno - Oct. 18th 2021 2:28 pm PT 0 * Facebook, * Twitter, * Pinterest, * LinkedIn, * Reddit, After today’s “Unleashed” event, Apple added even more M1 Macs to its lineup as it continues its two-year transition to Apple Silicon. Despite today’s expansion, there are a few Macs that still run Intel chips being sold by Apple. Here they are. As of now, there are three Macs that Apple sells that run Intel chips: the 2020 27-inch iMac, the 2019 Mac Pro, and the 2018 Mac mini. Apart from them, all other Macs run Apple’s silicon, which means the M1, M1 Pro, or M1 Max. 2020 27-inch iMac: the first with a 1080p webcam A few months before the first batch of M1 Macs were introduced, Apple revised its 27-inch iMac. With the same design, it brought the 10th generation Intel chips, making considerably faster compared to its predecessor. With a beautiful 5K Retina display and nano-texture glass option to reduce glare, it was the 1080p camera that got people’s attention, as it was the first time Apple ditched 720p front-facing camera. Not only that, this iMac can be upgraded with up to 128GB of RAM, 16GB of GDDR6 memory, and 8TB of SSD. This Mac starts at $1,799, but to be fair, unless you need an Intel computer for a very specific task, you should wait a bit more. A replacement for this iMac with its own Apple Silicon is due to arrive next year. 2019 Mac Pro: Bigger is better With a very Jony Ive design, this Mac Pro, or carefully called Apple’s grilled cheese, was introduced during the WWDC19 alongside the Pro Display XDR. The best part of this CPU is its configurability and the possibility to expand most of its specs. As Apple says, “It is a...
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