Apple computers with M1 processor “kill” the drive

Apple computers with M1 processor

Macs equipped with Apple’s new proprietary chip have been suspected of having problems with solid-state drives. This is reported by MacRumors.
Many users who bought new Apple laptops and computers with the M1 processor found that the system has extremely high write operations to SSDs in a short period of time. Some instances have used up to 13 percent of the drive’s life in a short period of time.
SSDs are designed to have a limited rewrite life, after which the SSD will become unstable. The drive may function after reaching the limit, but it is not known how long it will last after that. In this case, there is a chance of losing user data.
Apple has not yet commented on the situation. Computers with ARM-chip of our own design were released at the end of 2020 and are positioned as a full replacement for the x86 architecture.

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