Apple is releasing new Apple Silicon Macs. What does this mean, what should you expect, and how is this going to benefit us as consumers? Will it? Snazzy Labs answers!Subscribe to my podcast Flashback! - http://relay.fm/flashbackFollow me on Twitter - http://twitter.com/snazzyqFollow me on Instagram - http://instagram.com/snazzyqIt has been a couple months since WWDC and the unveiling of Apple’s upcoming in-house silicon Macs and Apple itself has stated that the first of these new Intel-less computers are right around the corner. If not really soon—jury’s still out on that one—certainly by end-of-year. And while you’ve likely seen a number of videos from your favorite YouTubers theorizing about what the future may hold, today I want to get to brass tacks and actually analyze why Apple wants to transition, the hardware they’ve engineered to make it happen, how software will play a vital role in all this, and why the transition might not be as picture perfect as they’ve led us all to believe.