Apple introduced its new desktop computer “Mac Studio” powered by Apple Silicon to its Mac lineup at the March 8 event. We all know that Mac Studio is available with M1 Max and the new M1 Ultra chips which deliver incredibly fast performance, power efficiency, and much more in a compact design form. But there are a few minute details that might not have been discussed.
Here are a few more details of the new Mac Studio
- Ports on the front: the models of the Mac Studio with M1 Max and M1 Ultra chips are equipped with different ports on the front.
- M1 Max – two USB-C ports (up to 10Gb/s) and an SDXC card slot (UHS-II).
- M1 Ultra – two Thunderbolt 4 ports (up to 40Gb/s) over USB-C and an SDXC card slot (UHS-II) over HDMI.
- Ports on the back: the models of the Mac Studio with M1 Max and M1 Ultra chips are equipped with different ports on the back.
- M1 Max – four Thunderbolt 4 ports, HDMI port, 10Gb Ethernet and SDXC card slot (UHS-II)
- M1 Ultra – six Thunderbolt 4 ports, HDMI port, 10Gb Ethernet and SDXC card slot (UHS-II)
- Audio: The HDMI port supports multichannel audio output.
- External display: It supports up to four Pro Display XDR with 6K resolution and one 4K display HDMI.
- Siri support: Use voice to send messages, set reminders, and more.
- Electrical and operating requirements:
- Maximum continuous power: 370W
- Operating temperature: 50° – 95° F (10° to 35° C)
- Storage temperature: –40° – 116° F (–40° to 47° C)
- Relative humidity: 5% – 90% noncondensing
- The M1 Ultra model is 2 pounds heavier than the M1 Max model.
- Both models are equipped with a new “groundbreaking” thermal system to keep the computers quiet during heavy workloads at fast speeds.
The new Mac Studio and Studio Display are available at Apple.com with March 18 availability.
- M1 Ultra benchmarks versus Intel 12900K, AMD 5950x and Xeon W
- Apple’s M1 Max outperforms Intel Core i7-12700H in Geekbench benchmarks