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Is it true that Apple started slowing down the Intel MacBook after the release of the M1 models

The host found that the professional Final Cut and Logic Pro programs on the Apple MacBook (on Intel) perform worse than on a similar device, but on the M1 chip. This became especially noticeable in the last months of work, Denis notes. In June 2020, he purchased a 13-inch MacBook Pro based on a 4-core Intel Core i5, but recently (a month or two ago) it became obvious that a number of applications start and run not as fast as before.

The blogger mainly uses three programs: Final Cut for video editing, Logic Pro for working with sound, Pixelmator Pro for image processing. So far, no problems have arisen with the latter, but with the first two, on the contrary. Denis noticed that recently it took longer to export video projects: if earlier some video took 40 minutes to load, now it sometimes took even longer than an hour. Another problem is that when the video is cut, the sound starts to be recalculated (you need to wait a few seconds for this), and this noticeably slows down the work.

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