Here’s how much the new Apple MacBook Air, Pro, Mac Mini will cost in India

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Here’s how much the new Apple MacBook Air, Pro, Mac Mini will cost in India
The new Apple MacBook Air powered by the M1 chipApple
  • Apple unveiled the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini, powered by its own custom-made silicon, the M1 chip.
  • These new M1-powered MacBooks and Mac Mini start at a price of ₹64,900, with several of these variants priced a lot lower than their Intel-powered counterparts.
  • All the three new products are available for purchase from the Apple India online store, and will soon be available at authorized resellers offline.
  • Check out the latest news and updates on Business Insider.
Apple unveiled the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini lineup at an event on November 10. The star of the show is the new M1 chip, which is Apple’s first custom-made ARM chipset. Also known as Apple Silicon, the company says this is the most powerful chip it has designed so far.

The new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and the Mac Mini are all powered by the new M1 chip, which is built on a 5-nanometer process. Using its own chipset gives Apple the freedom to break away from Intel.

It also lets the iPhone-maker develop and fine-tune its laptops and desktop computers even better, replicating the same strategy it has implemented with the iPhone.

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Apple MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini prices in India

These new MacBooks and Mac Mini start at a price of ₹64,900 in India. Here’s the full list:

ProductVariantPrice
Apple Mac Mini256GB₹64,900
512GB₹84,900
Apple MacBook Air256GB₹92,900
512GB₹1,17,900
Apple MacBook Pro256GB₹1,22,900
512GB₹1,42,900

Buyers can further customize the MacBook Pro’s RAM and storage options based on their needs. All the three new products are available to order from the Apple India online store. They will soon be available for purchase at Apple’s authorized resellers offline, and online retailers.
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