Apple details M1 Ultra, replacing the M1 Max as the top M1 chip, with 114B transistors, 128GB unified memory, 16 performance cores, and four efficiency cores (Devindra Hardawar/Engadget)

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Apple details M1 Ultra, replacing the M1 Max as the top M1 chip, with 114B transistors, 128GB unified memory, 16 performance cores, and four efficiency cores  —  Apple rocked the computing world with its M1 chip, the first “Apple Silicon” hardware that turned the MacBook Air, Mac Mini and other computers into portable powerhouses.

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