Okay? I'm a 100% Mac user and even I would say: "who cares"? If a computing device doesn't do what you need it to do then it literally doesn't matter if a single specification on it is faster. The M1 could 1000% faster in single core than Ryzen, but if you want to run Windows and play games then it would still be irrelevant.yeah but now the m1 single thread performance makes ryzen look like shit
and that's a letdown for amd. even more so for intel.
As for "Pro" variants, those will come mostly next year I imagine. The Mac Pro likely will get updated last. The iMac Pro slightly before that. And I'm sure the Macbook Pro 16" and 27" (or whatever size for their Pro machine) a bit before that. I'm guessing a 20-24" iMac will be next but I'm uncertain whether or not it will be running M1 or something faster (they could add more CPU or GPU cores). But even still, it won't matter if none of these machines do what you want them to do.