Apple Stops Selling Intel-Powered MacE-book Air

Apple has discontinued the sale of Intel-powered MacE-book Air on its on-line retailer. Apple unveiled its in-house M1 chip on the ‘One More Thing’ digital occasion on Tuesday, November 10. Fitted with the brand new silicon, the Cupertino big launched MacE-book Air, MacE-book Pro 13-inch, and Mac mini on the event. Interested clients can nonetheless go for Intel-powered MacE-book Pro 13-inch, however the non-M1 laptop computer is simply obtainable on the larger finish of the worth spectrum. Similarly, non-M1 Mac mini is simply obtainable on the larger price-end.

Intel-powered MacE-book Air eliminated fully

Following the ‘One More Thing’ occasion, all Intel-powered choices of MacE-book Air had been faraway from Apple Store. If you go to the shop, it can solely present M1-powered MacE-book Air laptops to be obtainable for buy. The new variants are priced at Rs. 92,990 and Rs. 1,17,900 in India for the 7-core GPU and the 8-core GPU fashions respectively.

MacE-book Pro 13-inch with Intel obtainable at larger costs

You can nonetheless purchase an Intel-powered MacE-book Pro 13-inch on the Apple Store. However, you’ll have to dish out much more than for the M1-powered choices. The entry-level MacE-book Pro laptops with M1 inside is priced at Rs. 1,22,900 and Rs. 1,42,900 for the 256GB and 512GB SSD storage choice, respectively. If you want to go for Intel-powered variants of the 512GB and 1TB SSD choices, the costs go as much as Rs. 1,74,900 and Rs. 1,94,900, respectively. Its price noting that the M1-powered MacE-book Pro comes with two Thunderbolt ports, whereas the Intel-powered choices include Four Thunderbolt 3 ports.

Mac mini with Intel obtainable at the next value as nicely

Powered by the brand new M1 chip, Mac mini CPUs carry a price ticket of Rs. 64,900 and Rs. 84,900 for the 256GB and 512GB SSD storage choices, respectively. The Intel-powered Mac mini, with 512GB PCIe-based SSD, is priced at Rs. 1,04,990.


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