In our review MacBook Pro M1, We found it to be more efficient than better MacBook Air, Mostly because the fan is fitted to keep things cool. Air relies only on one heatsink, which slows down the system during continuous workloads such as long video rendering. Meanwhile, the MacBook Pro was the oyster when running universal applications built for the M1 chip, and it was able to imitate Intel software as well.
Some professionals may feel that the system is limited by two USB-C ports, as well as only one external display. In addition, it has no support for external GPUs as it is built on Apple’s new ARM-based architecture. If you are a very demanding user, you may want to make good use of one of the existing Intel based MacBook Pros.
In terms of everyday performance, the M1-equipped MacBook Pro and Air worked similarly. So, it’s better to blow the air with the same glass for 2 1,250 from Apple. You will also get the benefit of a slightly lighter engine and will be completely quiet with fan or other moving parts. Both the Air and the Pro feature Apple’s Retina Display (albeit slightly brighter than the Pro) and the company’s better rearranged keyboards, which provide a nice ride for comfortable typing.