Apple announced a new addition to its Apple Silicon lineup, with the M1 Ultra.

The TL;DR is that it’s basically two M1 Max chips put together, supporting up to 128GB of RAM. Apple says it’s eight times faster than the standard M1 chip.

The M1 Max version starts at $1,999, and the M1 Ultra version starts at $3,999.

The Studio Display has a 27-inch, 5K screen encased in an aluminum enclosure.

The display can reach up to 600 nits of brightness, supports P3 wide color, and works with macOS’s TrueTone feature.

Now it’s home to an eight-core M1 chip like the iPad Pro, 5G on cellular-equipped models, and a 12MP front-facing camera.

The Mac Studio will be available with M1 Max and M1 Ultra chips – prices start ₹1,89,900 in India.

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