Apple’s new M1 chips make MacBook Pros and iPad Pros faster than ever. But is there a big difference between the two? Find out in this free PDF download from TechRepublic.
From the download:
Advertising doesn’t always match true street performance. To achieve a published acceleration rate for a specific car, for example, you might require just a quarter tank of gas, no passengers, the A/C off and the car to be pointed downhill to even get close. Is the same true with computers? Do new M1-powered Macs and iPad Pros really perform quickly, and how do they compare? I’ve gone on record stating the M1 iPad Pros can replace a Mac. Does that hold up?