New Apple MacBook Pro with Apple M1 Chip (13" 8GB 256GB SSD Late 2020)

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Late 2020 Model with M1 Chip (Gray: MYD82LL/A, Silver: MYDA2LL/A). New Apple MacBook Pro with Apple M1 Chip (13" 8GB 256GB SSD).
  • Update: We have been using (8GB/256GB) for couple of weeks, our feedback:
    • Battery hour is unbelievably long
    • Laptop is always cold everywhere
    • iPhone Apps can be installed, another added feature
  • Amazon: Gray (oos) ($50 off at checkout), Silver $1249.99
  • Costco: Silver $1249.99, Gray $1199.99
  • BestBuy: Various Colors $1299.99
  • Apple: Gray & Silver $1299.99
  • BHPhoto: Various Colors $1299

Posted November 11, 2020 at 10:58 AM EST
by mutongo


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By anonymous on 12/04/2020, 01:08 AM EST
I like my laptop slightly warm on one side, and do not spend long hour of screen time, so I will stick with intel...

By anonymous on 12/03/2020, 02:35 PM EST
Will it be very hot when connecting with external monitor? Many people complained pre-M1 macbook with external monitor.

By anonymous on 12/03/2020, 12:42 PM EST
Love it! My first M1 TV box!

By anonymous on 12/03/2020, 10:00 AM EST
the price at Apple is $1299.00 //@anonymous: Isn't the price $1199 at apple.com? I am just confused!

By cheetah on 12/01/2020, 04:47 PM EST
The deal price expired. Updated, thanks! //@anonymous: BHPhoto is not showing 1199 instead it is showing 1299

By anonymous on 12/01/2020, 04:44 PM EST
BHPhoto is not showing 1199 instead it is showing 1299

By anonymous on 11/26/2020, 04:53 PM EST
Isn't the price $1199 at apple.com? I am just confused!

By anonymous on 11/18/2020, 11:17 PM EST
You can use Windows or Linux on non-M1's. Last of a breed.

By anonymous on 11/18/2020, 09:05 PM EST
This generation is definitely worth buying. Only concern is that M1 has not been validated by time.

By anonymous on 11/18/2020, 07:10 PM EST
Tech reviews already determined that the emulated software on M1 is still faster than running natively on Intel. //@anonymous: yes. but some of the apps may have to be executed in emulated environment, which means lower speed and higher power consumption. //@Anonymous: Will these M1 computers be able to run all the MAC applications?

By anonymous on 11/18/2020, 05:14 PM EST
you have no idea, just assumptions //@Anonymous: yes. but some of the apps may have to be executed in emulated environment, which means lower speed and higher power consumption. //@Anonymous: Will these M1 computers be able to run all the MAC applications?

By anonymous on 11/18/2020, 03:43 PM EST
yes. but some of the apps may have to be executed in emulated environment, which means lower speed and higher power consumption. //@Anonymous: Will these M1 computers be able to run all the MAC applications?

By anonymous on 11/18/2020, 03:29 PM EST
Guys, if your goal is to run video editing software, M1 Mac is great. Otherwise, emulating x86 games and other demanding tasks are still inferior to Intel processors. Also if you are an x86 developer or coder, you are basically toasted. the M1 Mac is not able to run VirtualBox at the moment.

By anonymous on 11/18/2020, 02:22 PM EST
Will these M1 computers be able to run all the MAC applications?

By anonymous on 11/18/2020, 01:55 PM EST
Should I buy pro or air?

By anonymous on 11/18/2020, 12:56 PM EST
That’s true. Just imagine how crazy the next 16” MacBook Pro will be. //@dealsea.com: FYI: Some reviewers said the $1250 base Model Macbook Pro with M1 has the similar performance with the $4000 fully loaded Macbook Pro 16"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJqk2SMJmXc

By dealsea.com on 11/18/2020, 09:13 AM EST
FYI: Some reviewers said the $1250 base Model Macbook Pro with M1 has the similar performance with the $4000 fully loaded Macbook Pro 16"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJqk2SMJmXc

By anonymous on 11/12/2020, 08:28 AM EST
https://www.macrumors.com/2020/11/11/m1-macbook-air-first-benchmark/

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