Hong Kong, Feb. 17 -- We're back to having the big discussion of Apple's Macbook M1 vs Intels i7.

When Apple unveiled the M1 in November last year, the Cupertino-based tech giant showed the world that it was one step closer towards ending its reliance on Intel for processors.

But it was only a matter of time. Apple's CFO Luca Maestri called out the computer chip manufacturer for being a factor behind the firm's dip in Mac revenue, and it isn't a secret that Intel has been struggling to keep up with advancements. While it continues to offer 10nm chips, AMD's and Apple's are already on 7nm and 5nm respectively, essentially making them way more efficient.

Which brings us to the three new M1 MacBooks today. If you - like many others - were...