Apple's Bob Borchers and Tim Millet Talk the M1 Chip & Brandon Havard Explains Cinematic Intros
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Today, we dive briefly into Bunny the talking dog and the PS5 launch, before sitting down with Apple's Bob Borchers, VP of Product Marketing, and Tim Millet, VP of Platform Architecture, to talk about the recently-announced Apple Silicon M1 chip. Next, we bring in MKBHD Visual Director, Brandon Havard, to explain the magic behind some of the recent eye-catching MKBHD intro shots.


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