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Smartphone Buying Guide: How to pick the Right smartphone in 2021

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Apple's ARM Based Macbook could be THE NEXT BIG THING

          Apple has recently unveiled its brand-new M1 chip for the latest Mac series of devices. The M1 comes with some unique quirks that we have never seen in processors present in the current-generation of laptops. The M1 is based on the ARM-Architecture which we commonly see in processors or chips inside a smartphone. On the other hand, Intel and AMD are still using the traditional x86-Architecture for processors and that's what makes the new ARM-Based MacBook quite interesting.               Laptops are known to last for a couple of hours on a single charge and that's where ARM makes a big difference. ARM-based chips are known to be power efficient, as compared to traditional architecture. But, there are downsides of using an ARM-Architecture for processors. ARM-based processors aren't considered to be as powerful as their x86-counterpart. That's how it's supposed to be, in theory, but it's clearly NOT the case here.           The new MacBook