By Ben Lovejoy
Apple’s switch from Intel processors to Apple Silicon is the most significant change to the Mac lineup in many years, and yet the exterior design of M1 Macs has been left almost completely unchanged. A few function keys aside on the new MacBook Air, there is no clue that the new machines are radically different from the old ones.
Some believe this is a very deliberate move by the Cupertino company. I agree, but not for the reason that has mostly been suggested …
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