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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

New MacBook Pros default boot in 64-bit mode


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New MacBook Pros default boot in 64-bit mode
New MacBook Pros default boot in 64-bit mode | 9 to 5 Mac New MacBook Pros default boot in 64-bit mode | Apple Intelligence
First Mac to do this I think apart from the Mac Pro.
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That's real interesting and also means that all the inner workings must be able to run in 64 Bit mode. But what about the myriad of applications folks have installed? Other utilities? Additional items in System Preferences?

I think this needs some more looking into before I take that article at face value. Also read all the comments below the article.
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