Apple’s new SOC (System on a Chip) technology, which combines CPU, GPU, I / O and Neural Engine in a single chip with unified memory. Thanks to this revolutionary technology, the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips are able to perform intensive workflows that were previously beyond the reach of most high-end business laptops.
But the real revolution is how the new MacBook Pros balance lightning-fast performance with long battery life.
Compared to a high-performance Windows laptop with a discrete GPU, for example, the M1 Max chip delivers better performance while consuming 40% less power.
MacBook Pro has long been recognized as the workhorse of choice for graphic designers, photographers, video editors, web developers, and other heavy users. True to this reputation, the Supercharged and overpowered, the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips have been uniquely engineered and engineered to take performance to a whole new level.
Imagine a machine that can run three external 6k displays and stream six or more 8k video streams at the same time.
Unimaginable? Not when the machine is a MacBook Pro M1 Pro or M1 Max.
With their built-in color-correct calibrated displays, the new MacBook Pros deliver graphics performance equal to or better than the top-end GPU of larger laptops.
And all this while using up to 100 watts less power, unplugged, on the go, wherever you are.
Portability. To be able to. Speed. Performance. Battery life. The new MacBook Pro M1s are designed to outperform, outperform, and outlast PC laptops, which is why iStore gives Windows laptop owners the ability to reinvent computing for themselves.
Trade in your Windows laptop and you can get up to R13,000 for the cash purchase of a new MacBook Pro from iStore.
You can choose an instant rebate on your cash purchase or redeem your trade-in value for an iStore gift card, to be redeemed at a later date.
Beyond the imagination, beyond the possibilities, beyond the extraordinary, the MacBook M1 Pro and M1 Max are here, ready to put the new portable computing superpower in your hands. DM
For more information on the new MacBook Pro M1 Pro and M1 Max, please visit www.istore.co.za.