Apple shows graphs – if you can call them that – which should demonstrate the performance of the M1. However, I do not consider this to be very meaningful. The classification of the curves seems completely random, there are no orders of magnitude on the axes. As a point of comparison, Apple uses the “latest PC laptop chip”. What is this about? A mystery. Does Apple mean Intel’s Tiger Lake processors ranging from 2 cores to 8 cores with 16 threads? Or maybe the Tremont SoCs, which are manufactured by Intel for inexpensive entry-level laptops? I don’t have a single clue to be able to assess the claim “twice as much power with a quarter of the power consumption”. All the curves tell me is: Apple’s M1 is better than anything. Who is that supposed to convince of the capabilities of the new chip?

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