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The New Macbook is here and its Redonkulous

Apple have unveiled the new Macbook using their new M1 chip and chucking out the old reliable Intel chips

Apple could’ve gone the AMD router but instead chose to try out and build their own chip and the results are amazing

The chip is featured on the the new MacBook Air, a new entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, and a new Mac mini. The M1 chip is similar to the processor that’s in the recent iPhone 12 and iPad Air and is built on a different architecture than the Intel processors in the prior MacBook models. Apple says it has four high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores — an effort to balance power and longevity

We will focus on the new 13 inch Macbook and some of the key stats

The Macbook has 5x the graphics performance, completely silent no fan, battery offers up to 18 hours of video playback on a single charge, 2.8x more performance than the previous generation, studio-quality three-microphone array

The stats are insane and we cant wait to list the new Macbook on grateapp.com

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How to choose a perfect smart watch

Although features and designs vary, smartwatches can help save you time and keep better tabs on your health. Most have have built-in fitness metrics, such as a heart rate sensor and GPS. Some can act as an extension of your phone, while others are marketed as a health-focused devices, like the Fitbit Versa 2 and Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2.

Some smartwatches, such as the Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple Watch Series 5, even work independently of a phone. But if you want something that gives you a break from your notifications, one of the best fitness trackers might be better for you.

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How to choose perfect laptop

A great laptop can be the best decision one can make in their life, its always key to match what you want and what you need. Do you need a laptop with mountains of storage? anti-glare screen, good speakers or good battery life, these are the questions you must ask yourself

Processor

Typically there are two heavyweights when it comes to processors – Intel and AMD

Intel have i3,5 and i7 as their processor ranges with increasing speed as the numbers go up.

Intel also have a lower cost Celeron range which depending on the speed can impact a computers perfromance

Cores – Every processor has cores and the cores basically split the processing where a computer can have one core focused on graphics and one core focused on speed. Currently there are dual and quad core processors available.

Memory

The more random access memory (RAM) a computer has the better, with more RAM the computer will be able to multitask better and handle different applications

Typically RAM starts at 2-4Gb for modern computers with some higher spec computers running up to 16-32Gb