It’s remarkable just how quickly technology and computers in particular continue to evolve in faster, smarter and more efficient machines at a break-neck pace. Moore’s Law states that the number of transistors on a microchip double every two years, or in other words, that we can expect the speed and capabilities of our computers to increase ever few years while paying less for them.
This definitely holds true for Apple, one of my favorite tech brands, which is set to launch an updated MacBook Pro in the next few months. While there are some small cosmetic changes, they are mostly evolutionary, and I’ll cover that below. The big news here however is that Apple will be using its own M1X microprocessor, an evolution of the M1 chip being used in the current MacBook models, phasing out Intel chips from its notebook line altogether. Lets take a look at some of the changes which we believe will be seen in the upcoming notebook lineup.