Apple Silicon Isn't What You Think It'll Be

14 Th09, 2020
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Apple is releasing new Apple Silicon Macs. What does this mean, what should you expect, and how is this going to benefit us as consumers? Will it? Snazzy Labs answers!
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It has been a couple months since WWDC and the unveiling of Apple’s upcoming in-house silicon Macs and Apple itself has stated that the first of these new Intel-less computers are right around the corner. If not really soon-jury’s still out on that one-certainly by end-of-year. And while you’ve likely seen a number of videos from your favorite VIworldrs theorizing about what the future may hold, today I want to get to brass tacks and actually analyze why Apple wants to transition, the hardware they’ve engineered to make it happen, how software will play a vital role in all this, and why the transition might not be as picture perfect as they’ve led us all to believe.

  • You have underestimated the power of the Mac.

    Samir DulabhSamir DulabhNgày trước
  • Question why is there so much bad press about Apple silicon M1. I have the Apple M1 MacBook Pro. I think it’s grate so what’s the problem?

    Jeremy DeanJeremy Dean13 ngày trước
    • Cuz trashy conglomerate channels have to make the hottest takes for the most views.

      OcazOcaz3 phút trước
  • Someone has a time machine...

    Ben PriceBen PriceTháng trước
  • Glad I found this channel! Your videos are so good!

    Make Money NowMake Money NowTháng trước
  • I will just point out that Quinn got everything right ;)

    McAero08McAero08Tháng trước
  • its so nice how this was 200% wrong and they actually announced a high performance macbook

    chrissx Mediachrissx MediaTháng trước
  • cool and snazzy for sure .. great energy ..!!

    Rene T St JacquesRene T St JacquesTháng trước
  • I'm not all that impressed with it. My new computer will be here soon and it won't be an iMac this time. Oh, yes, iMacs have been worth the money but now they want to charge you double for half the computer. On top of them now reviving old components to run their own chip? No, thanks. I just got double for half the price of an iMac instead.

    Sum GumptionSum GumptionTháng trước
  • This really hasn't aged well.

    Moclan5Moclan5Tháng trước
    • It actually mostly has though.

      Snazzy LabsSnazzy LabsTháng trước
  • Your channel definitely deserves my subs!

    Business GuideBusiness GuideTháng trước
  • Watching this on my M1 MacBook Pro - its my first Mac cause of this apple silicon. Stunning.

    Fionn-GrosseFionn-Grosse2 tháng trước
  • Brilliant vid! Very knowledgeable, ... and passionate. Love the prediction before the fact, but based on ... facts. Predictions do not a smart person make, but knowledge sure does. M1 pretty much blew everybody away. Well done Apple, and this video 👍🏻

    2Evan2Evan2 tháng trước
  • It turned out to crunch video faster than your Hackintosh!

    Terry RodbournTerry Rodbourn2 tháng trước
  • It’s not aging well 🤣😂😅

    Tonic ShondlaniTonic Shondlani2 tháng trước
  • This has become my favorite apple VIworld channel! Like your style and everything.

    Billy XuBilly Xu2 tháng trước
    • Thanks!!

      Snazzy LabsSnazzy Labs2 tháng trước
  • 11:12 ahah 😂 funny to listen now

    CristianCristian2 tháng trước
  • Hackintosh mobile?

    A Films SquaredA Films Squared3 tháng trước
  • Holy shit you predicted the future

    Ashely RudelsheimAshely Rudelsheim3 tháng trước
  • you where reaaaaalllly close. good for you

    AXE- ZAXE- Z3 tháng trước
  • Apple having complete control over hardware and software is not exactly a good thing...

    FlyboyFlyboy3 tháng trước
    • @Nacho the Don Um, because for 1) they can track everything you do, 2) they have the monopoly over what hardware and software you use, and 3) the hardware and OS are digitally signed together so even if you could physically replace or upgrade parts (which you can't) the system would refuse to boot. Is that enough for you?

      FlyboyFlyboy3 tháng trước
    • Why’s that

      Nacho the DonNacho the Don3 tháng trước
  • That click bate though... making us think you already have the devices.. :D tisk tisk

    Edward CottyEdward Cotty3 tháng trước
  • I need a new MacBook so badly. I’m currently running a 2013 MacBook Pro and it’s crashing all the time. Question: I I upgrade now (with an Intel processor) will my MacBook Pro be obsolete within 2 years?

    George BryantGeorge Bryant3 tháng trước
    • Yes. Apple silicon (the m1 chip) is out. Get something with that

      Liam SweeneyLiam Sweeney3 tháng trước
  • Fake tumbail

    jhonatan acostajhonatan acosta3 tháng trước
  • Please respond to the expectations for this video now that we have m1

    FranciscoFrancisco3 tháng trước
  • They are preparing the market, the beasts aren't coming before 2022 once they've fixed all the bugs however that's great news going forward.

    Vince BastierVince Bastier3 tháng trước
  • Oh more own gpu and or way only. Repairable or upgrade? Nope..not even little bit no longer...more integration more cost. Arm vs x86....power efficiency vs power process. Consumer use vs pro or power user.

    Cjon wickhamCjon wickham3 tháng trước
  • Came to watch to see how well this aged now the m1 MacBooks and mini are launched

    Andrew DenholmAndrew Denholm3 tháng trước
  • That's exactly what apple has done!!!!!!

    sud kalwalesud kalwale3 tháng trước
  • Any reason why my iPad Air (2020) cannot run Minecraft properly if the chip is so great? It is so frustrating.

    Prasad TiruvalluriPrasad Tiruvalluri3 tháng trước
  • Very interesting, thanks!

    Killian CrausazKillian Crausaz3 tháng trước
  • Already watch your videos for a while but this one finally made me subscribe to your channel! Awesome video!

    Maximilian BeißelMaximilian Beißel3 tháng trước
  • I don't think Apple will be willing to ship the first Apple Silicon Mac and not have it make a splash performance-wise. I only wish they would stop obsessing with making MacBook Pros thin enough to slide under a door. Many of us who us rely on a portable alone, yet we have a need for high performance. We would be happier with a slightly chunkier variant that could get the most out of the Mac without thermal limits imposed by the thin design. While the new chips are almost certainly going to generate less heat, my fear is that Apple will design the Macs based on this, making the Macs even thinner at the cost of performance. What I need is the efficiency when I'm not hammering the CPU cores and the GPU, but the performance there and sustainable when I need it. I literally have a desktop fan here for my MacBook Pro 2016 for when work gets heavy and the thermal management system decides it needs to tank the performance of the Mac. Maybe the 16" version should be the performance beast that sacrifices some size and weight to provide high performance when needed?

    Captain McDogCaptain McDog3 tháng trước
  • I have an early 2011 17" MacBook Pro with the quad core i7. It hasn't slowed down, I just occasionally double the size of the OWC SSD. RAM is at 16GB. Also have been on countless corporate Unix boxes and PCs, but always have a Mac in the mix. One day this one will quit and I'll have to get a new ultra-thin MacBook with soldered RAM and SSD. My iPhone 6 Plus just quit (bad RF transceiver chip) and I picked up the little SE - it's weird having a small phone again but it's very fast with the A13 SoC.

    John de SouzaJohn de Souza3 tháng trước
  • New slogan for Apple: "Intel now Outside"

    TheAbc45678TheAbc456783 tháng trước
  • 888k subs 1888 comments

    AxiomTheoryOfficialAxiomTheoryOfficial3 tháng trước
  • 11:15 "i think a lot of people believe apple's going to come in balls blazing" is that really the epxression? 😂

    Val PutnalVal Putnal3 tháng trước
  • François Piednoël is literally translated as Francis Christmasfoot.

    Val PutnalVal Putnal3 tháng trước
  • Whats that sound in the background?

    MarcinMarcin3 tháng trước
  • 13 min of click bait 😐

    ampo2004ampo20043 tháng trước
  • I have no idea what he said...but I am excited! :P

    David SpencerDavid Spencer3 tháng trước
  • 6:33 Rene thanks you. 8:55 when it comes to Apple, some people just lose perspective or rationale

    Paul antonyPaul antony3 tháng trước
  • Watch Apple fully ripp off Windows 8 and put a "Mac Mode" in iPad OS then kill off the MacBook Air.

    Right Wing Safety SquadRight Wing Safety Squad3 tháng trước
  • Knowing Apple, they’re new ARM MacBook will be “just a bit faster”, only “marginally better” to keep in pace with what an Intel chip would be.

    Peter XYZPeter XYZ3 tháng trước
  • Should we wait for the 2nd generation?

    YNG YNGYNG YNG3 tháng trước
  • I trust Intel over Apple on cpus. One is an expert the other is focused on designing small things for praise.

    Juan SJuan S3 tháng trước
  • Do you believe Apple will develop a compatibility layer so that any arm optimized app can run on intel so that apps don’t have cut support and can run similar to the iPhone line up where they support for a long time due to their software services which need current hardware.

    Re4PerRe4Per3 tháng trước
    • Also how would they be able to make chips for the Mac Pro? Would they try making a motherboard which can support several CPUs for a larger core count?

      Re4PerRe4Per3 tháng trước
  • Very well curated and explained. Great video. Thanks

    Olcay BOlcay B3 tháng trước
  • I just home arm linux can be run natively on the new laptops :)

    mr1337357mr13373574 tháng trước
  • oh yeah ...... now apple would build protection against repair shops directly to their silicon ... to make people to pay more bucks on simple repairs in apple shops...... hands on

    シムカシムカ4 tháng trước
  • I didn’t understand most of what he was saying

    DavidDavid4 tháng trước
  • If it can’t run Windows, Apple will lose a lot of Mac users.

    braddahjosh808braddahjosh8084 tháng trước
  • Apple hasn’t produced anything blazingly fast in ages. This won’t be it either. As much as I love ARM, and it’s instruction set. Intel (unfortunately) has focused on brilliant and significant performance increases in their opcodes. ARM will not do this to maintain its fixed length instructions, so certain thing that take a single instruction 30 cycles will take and arm 30 instructions at 4 cycles. And intel actually focused the optimizations where it matters. In memory IO and clever optimized pipelines and multimedia (IO). This is not to say that Apple will extend ARM instruction set with these optimizations but that’s a long ways away. So basically the first 5-10 years your buying overpriced iPads or Cellphones.

    Raymond DoetjesRaymond Doetjes4 tháng trước
    • ...

      Stephan von WolffStephan von Wolff2 tháng trước
  • Where does one go to learn all the stuff he's talking about? Without college... there's gotta be inexpensive paid courses or free courses somewhere...

    Israel BarbaIsrael Barba4 tháng trước
  • About running iOS apps on x86: Most apps could be recompiled against x86. I think 99% of Apps will run after recompiling. Also there are no "Apple Compilers" they use CLang/GCC like Android does.

    Björn BidarBjörn Bidar4 tháng trước
  • It would be super sick if this ended up lowering Mac prices across the board. It probably won't, but it would get me to buy a new Mac ever,

    Min LungelowMin Lungelow4 tháng trước
  • And of course crApple will modify OSX so that it will ONLY run on their Silicon and NOTHING ELSE

    Jon BiddellJon Biddell4 tháng trước
  • Why are they making more macbooks if they want ipad to replace them

    EndermanVortexEndermanVortex4 tháng trước
  • Budget builds official, never thought i'd see it on a snazzy labs video

    Z/dosZ/dos4 tháng trước
  • So get an intel Mac for a discount in the new year or upgrade right away?

    Drew SmithDrew Smith4 tháng trước
  • I’d like to see Apple return to the ethos of the first Mac Mini that got so many users their first 21st century Mac experience. A small, inexpensive solid state appliance could be a great entry point for Windows users. It should be around the size of a Raspberry Pi or Apple TV, have a slick silent aluminium enclosure with 4 x USB C ports, a wall-wart USB-C power supply (optional) and nothing else....

    Geekboy NZGeekboy NZ4 tháng trước
  • Your the best in the world!!!!!

  • Isn’t releasing MacBook with arm processors going to dilute sales of the iPad and the other way around. If having a processor the same as the iPad on a Mac means you can run iPad apps and it’s light enough. Then why do we need an iPad ? We might want but why do we need

    GmC GamingGmC Gaming4 tháng trước
  • You should be above click bate dude. Disappointing....

    bionautbionaut4 tháng trước
  • I am glad they are finally getting away from Intel. I am not glad that they will be continuing the 'drag the feet' marketing routine endlessly into the future nm by nm. But the price I am not convinced will go down at all considering what they do with phones and tablets.

    pinwheelgrlpinwheelgrl4 tháng trước
  • So this would probably mean that the fully fledged Mac OS will be available for iPads and iPhones.

    AlbertAlbert4 tháng trước
  • Well we've come full circle. So it could go the way you say, or it could be WORSE than the competition (again).

    Ivan ÜbermenschIvan Übermensch4 tháng trước
  • "The options are limitless once Apple is in charge of their own architecture designs." Options for whom? Apple or the consumer lol? No hackintoshes. RIP macOS for me.

    Mark PradhanMark Pradhan4 tháng trước
  • He is going to say there is nothing better on the PC market that nearly matches the A12Z processor performance He will say that even a 2030 PC cannot beat an iPad. Why bother?

    Marlon DelgadilloMarlon Delgadillo4 tháng trước
  • I am definitely betting on your predictions of the relatively small increase, if any, in power, selling points such as iOS apps and battery performance rather than a blazingly powerful processor!

    Kevi KiruKevi Kiru4 tháng trước
  • Excellent video that puts things in perspective. Makes me want to return my MacBook Pro 16 and wait for the arm version. But I do love my boot camp

    Sam CarmelSam Carmel4 tháng trước
  • A fanless design, because if not properly cooled it will die after 4-5 years of use lol

    arno nabuursarno nabuurs4 tháng trước
  • Except Apple has a nasty habit of deprecating various libraries and build tools. I'm betting there will be few programs that will need a tone of code change to run. There will probably be a few large players that will either take a number of years to re tool their app or just not even bother.

  • So, when is the prediction macbook air arm will be coming?

    sweet Cheryl_sweet Cheryl_4 tháng trước
  • A14X for next iPad Pro. Apple Silicon (AS1?) should be more powerful...

    LemanLakeLemanLake4 tháng trước
  • This guy is a real believer and lover of Apple products. That new age watch of his proves it.

    tedGEGItedGEGI4 tháng trước
  • Great analysis, it should be interesting. My Mac is getting on in years, a 2013 model, and though it is still powerful enough to handle what it needs to do, edit photos in Capture One (if I used Lightroom, who knows), it is the end of the line for OS upgrades. I think waiting until Apple has established their desktop line will be a good time to upgrade, this computer should be well in need of upgrading by then; spinning HDs in your Mac are SO last decade. Alternatively, if my finances aren't improving after this whole Covid mess, maybe 2ndhand Intel Macs will be a good deal, and still plenty more powerful than my 2013 model. I'm sure plenty will want the new latest thing, esp if Apple has an impressive unveiling event.

    Martin AndersenMartin Andersen4 tháng trước
  • Oh right gee, it’s all intels fault lol smh no Apple is a JOKE

    DarrylDarryl4 tháng trước
  • So can you run Windows on it...and how slow would that emulation be? Just seems that Apple likes to keep changing cpu....680x0, PowerPC, intel.....Apple cpu. Anyone thinking maybe not buy a current Mac until the new ones come out?

    David RummingDavid Rumming4 tháng trước
  • When will Apple release their Macs with *powerful ARM chips?*

    Xi LeXi Le4 tháng trước
    • I think in the year 2022, many Desktop PC will support 8K 120 Hz as Apple will catch up just 8K 60 Hz. This year 2020, PC supports 8K 60 Hz by Nvidia & AMD GPU cards while Apple Mac Pro supports 6K 60 Hz.

      Xi LeXi Le4 tháng trước
    • @Jon K So in the Summer 2022 because Apple announced it in the Summer 2020.

      Xi LeXi Le4 tháng trước
  • is "it'll" even an actual word?

    Raditya Arga PutraRaditya Arga Putra4 tháng trước
    • @Raditya Arga Putra no it’s part of the english language

      Mr DictionaryMr Dictionary3 tháng trước
    • is it only used in written form? because I've never heard anyone uses "it'll" when speaking.

      Raditya Arga PutraRaditya Arga Putra4 tháng trước
    • Yes. It's a shortened version of "it will".

      grahamlivegrahamlive4 tháng trước
  • nerd

    fastbreakrfastbreakr4 tháng trước
  • Anyone still watch this video?

    Jennifer LeeJennifer Lee4 tháng trước
  • Meanwhile ARM is already on 5nm...and intel is still at 12nm, bohooo

    Falmer BalmerFalmer Balmer4 tháng trước
  • Vertically integrated companies went out of business: IBM

    C OC O4 tháng trước
  • I think the smart thing to do for Apple is to launch a desktop mac (among other ones): Small developers (and no so small ones) must be in focus. Those who do not have the transition kit

    Roberto CarboneRoberto Carbone4 tháng trước
  • Remember when Apple made products for people like me who have no idea what the hell he is talking about?

    SynthDSynthD4 tháng trước
  • Sir plz tell me When it will launch 🥺

    TECHNO MANTECHNO MAN4 tháng trước
  • Very on point, I say your about 90% on with your prediction and thats about as good as anyone is gonna get! This is bold for apple, bold as all hell, lets be really real here. Theres a reason only a small handfull of CPU makers exist, remember Cyrix? Its gonna make or break the company, bottom line....

    AllboroLCDAllboroLCD4 tháng trước

    Joaquin GSJoaquin GS4 tháng trước
  • John 3:16-17 [16]For God so greatly loved and dearly prized the world that He [even] gave up His only begotten (unique) Son, so that whoever believes in (trusts in, clings to, relies on) Him shall not perish (come to destruction, be lost) but have eternal (everlasting) life. [17]For God did not send the Son into the world in order to judge (to reject, to condemn, to pass sentence on) the world, but that the world might find salvation and be made safe and sound through Him.John 14:6-7 [6]Jesus said to him, I am the Way and the Truth and the Life; no one comes to the Father except by (through) Me. [7]If you had known Me [had learned to recognize Me], you would also have known My Father. From now on, you know Him and have seen Him.Romans 10:8-10 [8]But what does it say? The Word (God's message in Christ) is near you, on your lips and in your heart; that is, the Word (the message, the basis and object) of faith which we preach, [Deut. 30:14.] [9]Because if you acknowledge and confess with your lips that Jesus is Lord and in your heart believe (adhere to, trust in, and rely on the truth) that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. [10]For with the heart a person believes (adheres to, trusts in, and relies on Christ) and so is justified (declared righteous, acceptable to God), and with the mouth he confesses (declares openly and speaks out freely his faith) and confirms [his] salvation.Hebrews 9:27 [27]And just as it is appointed for [all] men once to die, and after that the [certain] judgment,

    Mengstab G.michaelMengstab G.michael4 tháng trước
  • That makes sense to me. Programs that can make use of a mac pro level of device take awhile to build correctly.

    jacob lesterjacob lester4 tháng trước
  • Why do I feel like I've seen this many times over

    Matthew FuMatthew Fu4 tháng trước
  • Apple is like a tail that tries to wag the dog. Intel doesn't wag like they like so here we are. Apple prefers to lock everything down as we know so why wouldn't that include the CPU and the architecture of the motherboard? Apple will claim it is all done for the end user in order to assure the best experience. As my mother used to say: "(insert Apple) has gotten too big for their britches".

    John WernerJohn Werner4 tháng trước
  • I would've been impressed, had it not been for the absolute smackdown AMD has been unleashing since zen2 last year. Sienna cichlid is coming, nuff said.

    aiGeisaiGeis4 tháng trước
  • Factor or fiction ? What the industry insiders say so far ... Intel put up tthe licensing costs for using intel chips. As a major customer Apple could only see a shrinking margin and a supplier monopoly going into the future. Apple turned to ARM to design a new chip generation which it could license the manufacture. It could do this as its volumes were high enough,its eco system restricted enough, it is rumoured that it took a share in a japanse chip manufacture.Awareded the chip contract from apple inc. and took profits from the increase stock leverage. X86 chips are currently the industry standard architecture, the cheapest chips to manufacture due to volume,an the worlds software is written to run on x86..Arm on pc s never took off due to this reason and probably won't for many years as the investors are too heavely invested in that technology. Open source is gradually porting to arm but until ARM is mainstream if at all. Apple will be laying out lots of cash year on year to develope their eco system as a standalone eco system like oracle does with solaris. Conclusion its a long time line for development,adoption with little immediate cost advantage to adopt such a strategy.The future is a mixed market place for ARM which will be to the consumers advantage generally. Arm architecture has development potential both good and bad.

    Dr Peter jonesDr Peter jones4 tháng trước
  • All-in-all, it doesn't matter. The Apple laptop population vs. Windows is like a drop of water in the ocean. Also, say goodbye to Windows through either Parallels or Bootcamp -- it ain't going to happen. I would guess that at least 25% of MBP sales are because the machine can run both macOS and Windows. Take that away, and the advantages go away, too.

    Keith LedbetterKeith Ledbetter4 tháng trước
  • please cease and desist with the overacting

    alfred e neumanalfred e neuman4 tháng trước
  • Unlike Fung Shu we will see yours next week on stage and this year

    KWC CoinKWC Coin4 tháng trước
  • if they hang onto cooling and just slap an ipad chip in it imagine the possible factory overclocks

    Yestin HarrisonYestin Harrison4 tháng trước
  • My man. Looking like a 40yo bear bellies bro when he’s still under 30

    Curt DevineCurt Devine4 tháng trước