Bringing the strengths of Apple’s original processor to the front– “iMac” and “iPad Pro” are also equipped with “M1”

Apple seems to be making a rapid move to the “M1” chip. The M1 is a system-on-chip (SoC) developed by the company. Apple announced the iMac and iPad Pro with the M1 chip on April 20th.
After the M1 arrived in 2020, Apple was expected to roll out the M1 chip to all products at a rather cautious pace. But now that the iPad Pro has announced the adoption of the M1, it’s worth considering the possibility that it will be available on the iPhone at some point. Looking at this product renewal as a whole, it highlights Apple’s next move to significantly reform its product lineup with its own chips. When the M1 chip, which was based on the “Arm” architecture, was installed in the “MacBook,” the notebook was praised and its demand surged. Will Apple not leverage the momentum of the M1 chip in other products? The company has highlighted that the M1 processor can be a design breakthrough, eliminating the need for large cooling fans and bulky logic boards on the iMac. In fact, the iMac is only 11.5mm thick and can be installed anywhere in the house. The iMac can be used as an appliance or as a main PC in your home office. Leo Gebbie, an analyst at CCS Insight, said: Given the significant impact the M1 architecture has on the overall design, it’s almost no surprise that Apple hasn’t significantly updated the iMac in the last few years. It’s a tribute to Apple’s multi-billion dollar multi-year investment in creating its own silicon platform. And now the platform is used in all of the company’s core devices. It’s interesting to think about how the M1 platform will impact other products in the “Mac” portfolio as Apple continues to innovate around design with the M1. With this M1-powered iPad Pro, performance is as focused as the original approach with the M1-powered MacBook. A breakthrough in design has not yet been realized. The iPad Pro looks the same as the previous version, apart from the performance enhancements. Apple is likely to change this approach in the future. The company may take advantage of the M1 and come up with a new design. The lineup currently equipped with M1 is as follows. The MacBook Air 13-inch MacBook Pro Mac mini iMac iPad Pro Apple will probably take advantage of the M1 throughout its portfolio. That’s because the M1 offers better integration, design possibilities, and less reliance on companies like Qualcomm, NVIDIA, and Intel. Mac sales were $ 8.67 billion in the quarter ending December 26. The year-ago quarter was $ 7.16 billion. Part of the increase in demand may be due to the options for Macs with the M1. In short, Apple is expected to gradually accelerate the deployment of this chip in response to the smooth transition to the M1 so far. The M1 is also a chip that improves profit margins, design and product performance for the company.Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event