March 8, 2022: Apple’s M1 Processor — its Industry and Consumer Affects

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. — so that we may start on time, please arrive at least 5 minutes before the meeting begins.

Apple’s M1 Processor — merged images from Apple

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Our presenter will be long-time MLMUG member Mark Bazrod who will discuss Apple’s M1 chip, what it is, what makes it different from the Intel 386 chip, its development, Apple’s Silicon Strategy, why it’s so great, its effect on us users of all Apple products, its possible effects on the computer industry, and more.

The meeting will be held online through Zoom — members should check their e-mail for instructions on how to connect and attend. Our friends from the Main Line Mac Users Group (MLMUG) will also be with us. We hope you can join us.

A limited number of non-member audience “seats” at our Zoom meeting are also available on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you wish to attend, please e-mail, and include your full name to receive an invitation with connection information.

About the presenter
Mark Bazrod is MLMUG’s Secretary, and has been Newsletter Editor since 2004. He also has been President and Treasurer and a Board member. Mark has many times been a presenter to both MLMUG and Macs@PACS, and has written more than 200 monthly columns for our Newsletter. Mark bought his first Apple computer in 1978 and currently uses a 2021 M1 Mac mini as his main computer), but finds he uses his iPad almost as often. He has been involved in leasing computers since 1968 and has been active in the leasing industry associations. His company was one of the first to lease computer software back in 1992. He is sort of retired, but is busier than ever.