Cupertino headquartered, multinational tech giant Apple has recently launched its new Mac lineup on 12th November 2020. The lineup comprises of 13 inch MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Mini; all featured with the latest M1 Apple chipset.
All the Macs showcase stupendous performance and high speed. Their 8-core processor offers up to 3.5x faster performance for efficient and speedy workflows. They also come with an 8-core GPU, which advances the pace of graphics-intensive apps and games by a factor of five.
Besides, MacBook Pro in the lineup provides a battery life of up to 18 hours which is the longest in the history of Macs. Other Macs also does a phenomenal job in terms of battery longevity.
And the best part? You don’t have to resist the temptations of your favorite Windows games anymore just because you’re a Mac user.
Yes, you read that right.
The curious heads in team CodeWeavers did enticing experimentation. They bought MacBook Air and overloaded it with CrossOver 20.O.2. To take care of Rosetta bugs, they also installed the beta version of Sur 11.1.
And, the results they got were unbelievably incredible. The CrossOver did its magic, and the team was able to install and run a wide range of Windows applications successfully. They had a satisfying session of Team Fortress 2 as well.
In the words of Jeremy, CodeWeavers team member
“That’s incredible when you consider that we’re on literally the cheapest Apple Silicon device you can buy – one that gets thermally throttled and is missing a GPU core. I can’t tell you how cool that is; there is so much emulation going on under the covers.”