A working student looks forward to an Apple silicon upgrade as his MacBook Air struggles with some photo- and video-editing tasks. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through

A working student looks forward to an Apple silicon upgrade as his MacBook Air struggles with some photo- and video-editing tasks.

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