Apple Stops Selling Intel-Powered MacBook Air

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Apple has discontinued the sale of Intel-powered MacBook Air on its on-line store. Apple unveiled its in-house M1 chip on the ‘One More Thing’ digital occasion on Tuesday, November 10. Fitted with the latest silicon, the Cupertino big launched MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13-inch, and Mac mini on the event. Interested clients can still go for Intel-powered MacBook Pro 13-inch, however the non-M1 laptop is barely accessible on the larger finish of the value spectrum. Similarly, non-M1 Mac mini is barely accessible on the larger price-end.

Intel-powered MacBook Air eliminated fully

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Following the ‘One More Thing’ occasion, all Intel-powered choices of MacBook Air have been faraway from Apple Store. If you go to the shop, it can just show M1-powered MacBook Air laptops to be accessible 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 models respectively.

MacBook Pro 13-inch with Intel accessible at larger costs

You can still purchase an Intel-powered MacBook 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 MacBook Pro laptops with M1 inside is priced at Rs. 1,22,900 and Rs. 1,42,900 for the 256GB and 512GB SSD storage possibility, 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 value noting that the M1-powered MacBook Pro comes with two Thunderbolt ports, whereas the Intel-powered choices include Four Thunderbolt three ports.

Mac mini with Intel accessible at a better value as nicely

Powered by the latest 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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