I hate backstory in columns. I just yell, "not today, Satan!" and skip to the actual substance. But, in this case, the backstory is actually important, dammit. Because one of several common misconceptions making the rounds right now is that M1, which is the marketing name for Apple's first custom system-on-a-chip for Macs, is… a rev A board. Something we should be worried or apprehensive about.
The truth is, it's actually 11th generation Apple silicon. Let me explain. No, there is too much. Let me sum up!
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