Apple MacBook Pro with 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).

Posted November 11, 2020 at 10:58 AM EST
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By anonymous on 11/21/2021, 11:55 AM EST
That's Intel CPU not M1 CPU. //@Anonymous: Costco will have this one with 512g at the same price.

By anonymous on 10/30/2021, 02:50 PM EDT
Do you know when? //@Anonymous: Costco will have this one with 512g at the same price.

By anonymous on 10/30/2021, 12:46 PM EDT
Interesting, Apple discounts Macbooks with M1 CPU but not Intel CPU

By anonymous on 10/29/2021, 11:14 PM EDT
Costco will have this one with 512g at the same price.

By anonymous on 10/29/2021, 01:00 AM EDT
This is not fastest //@Anonymous: What are people using these fastest cpu for usually? The difference can probably be seen only by doing parallel scientific computations or professional designers

By anonymous on 10/28/2021, 04:44 PM EDT
they are cleaning MacBook Pro 13.3 for new MacBook Air m2.

By BlueCobra on 08/09/2021, 11:35 PM EDT
Windows does not require x86. There is an ARM version available for free. You will need Parallels to run it in MacOS. Actually the Windows in my Mac already received the Windows 11 upgrade while my PC still is running Windows 10. //@anonymous: No. Windows requires x86 processors. M1 is based on ARM processors. //@Anonymous: Is it easy to run Windows software on Macbook? Thanks.

By anonymous on 07/15/2021, 02:36 AM EDT
Of course. Depends on how much you want to pay //@anonymous: is MBA with 512GB storage a better buy?

By anonymous on 07/14/2021, 11:14 AM EDT
is MBA with 512GB storage a better buy?

By anonymous on 07/14/2021, 11:12 AM EDT
then why buy new laptops anyway?

By anonymous on 07/14/2021, 10:36 AM EDT
What are people using these fastest cpu for usually? The difference can probably be seen only by doing parallel scientific computations or professional designers

By anonymous on 07/14/2021, 10:34 AM EDT
yes but if there's one thing you should pay more for, it's the RAM because it's more integrated to the CPU die. //@Anonymous: 8GB RAM? Is it enough?

By anonymous on 07/14/2021, 09:25 AM EDT
8gm ram is enough for apple laptop. but 256gb storage is too small. i would get the 8ram, 512g storage version //@Anonymous: 8GB RAM? Is it enough?

By anonymous on 07/14/2021, 08:48 AM EDT
8GB RAM? Is it enough?

By cheetah on 05/28/2021, 04:26 PM EDT
Amazon has them now. Try again. Thanks. //@anonymous: amazon oos, other b&h price is not right

By anonymous on 05/28/2021, 04:00 PM EDT
amazon oos, other b&h price is not right

By anonymous on 04/11/2021, 09:26 AM EDT
As many would say — never buy the first generation of Apple products unless you like to be the guinea pig. Think about what happened to iPhone 3GS, Apple Watch (1st generation),....

By anonymous on 04/03/2021, 08:35 AM EDT
No. Windows requires x86 processors. M1 is based on ARM processors. //@Anonymous: Is it easy to run Windows software on Macbook? Thanks.

By anonymous on 04/02/2021, 05:26 PM EDT
M2 is coming out... //@Anonymous: It's actually true. There is no reason not to get the M1 //@Anonymous: apple fanboys just getting crazier //@Anonymous: Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 03/01/2021, 08:47 PM EST
It's actually true. There is no reason not to get the M1 //@Anonymous: apple fanboys just getting crazier //@Anonymous: Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 02/01/2021, 08:48 AM EST
Apple's last Q earning is 100B. Trust me, Dell and 2nd hand Toyota are for you. Mac, iPhone and TSLA are beyond you

By anonymous on 02/01/2021, 08:37 AM EST
apple fanboys just getting crazier //@Anonymous: Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 02/01/2021, 08:07 AM EST
Is it easy to run Windows software on Macbook? Thanks.

By anonymous on 01/05/2021, 04:52 PM EST
Of course you don't need M1. As far as daily usage concerned, my 5 years old Dell low end laptop is more than enough. Why even bother to buy a new one anyway? ;) //@anonymous: Overhyped CPU. I've used it and returned it - not much daily use difference but has ARM limitation

By anonymous on 12/25/2020, 05:03 AM EST
Overhyped CPU. I've used it and returned it - not much daily use difference but has ARM limitation

By anonymous on 12/24/2020, 08:44 PM EST
Because there are too many Lenovo shills who always try to tear Apple down. //@anonymous: How come anyone still doubts this is not revolutionary? Apple M1 chip is a BUY.

By anonymous on 12/24/2020, 08:09 PM EST
Yup, I saw people ran Parallels preview version which worked totally fine. Just waiting for Docker and home-brew to catch up. //@anonymous: Someone was able to run ARM based windows on M1. Virtual machine should be coming so long as they could get the license from microsoft. //@Anonymous: No. I also need a machine that can run a virtual machine. //@Anonymous: Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 12/19/2020, 12:09 AM EST
Someone was able to run ARM based windows on M1. Virtual machine should be coming so long as they could get the license from microsoft. //@Anonymous: No. I also need a machine that can run a virtual machine. //@Anonymous: Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 12/18/2020, 06:44 PM EST
How come anyone still doubts this is not revolutionary? Apple M1 chip is a BUY.

By anonymous on 12/18/2020, 08:33 AM EST
are M1 able to handle cyberpunk //@Anonymous: No. I also need a machine that can run a virtual machine. //@Anonymous: Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 12/06/2020, 02:20 PM EST
No. I also need a machine that can run a virtual machine. //@Anonymous: Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 12/06/2020, 01:57 PM EST
Or Linux //@anonymous: Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 12/06/2020, 01:52 PM EST
There's another reason. Can't live without screen size less than 15". So waiting for MacBook pro 16 eagerly. //@anonymous: Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 12/04/2020, 11:25 AM EST
Ever since M1 was out, if you are shopping for a new laptop, the only reason you don't go with M1 MacBooks is you can't live without Windows.

By anonymous on 12/04/2020, 08:50 AM EST
The new M1 model?? //@anonymous: No. Mine was connected to a 27-inch QHD monitor and was always cold with regular web surfing and office work. //@anonymous: Will it be very hot when connecting with external monitor? Many people complained pre-M1 macbook with external monitor.

By anonymous on 12/04/2020, 05:48 AM EST
waiting for the 16 inch version

By anonymous on 12/04/2020, 03:35 AM EST
No. Mine was connected to a 27-inch QHD monitor and was always cold with regular web surfing and office work. //@anonymous: Will it be very hot when connecting with external monitor? Many people complained pre-M1 macbook with external monitor.

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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