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  • Apple's upcoming iMac is said to be the biggest ever

    Apple's upcoming iMac is said to be the biggest ever

    Reports have claimed that Apple is going to transform more of its Macs by equipping them with the powerful in-house processor M1 (or a new one). After the late 2020 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models, the company could now be focusing on bringing the changes to their desktop PC offerings iMac and iMac Pro. Besides a new processor, the latest source is claiming that the upcoming iMac will come with the biggest screen that Apple has ever used on its all-in-ones.

  • New 21.5 & 27-inch iMac coming soon, will feature 12-core Apple M1 chip

    New 21.5 & 27-inch iMac coming soon, will feature 12-core Apple M1 chip

    About two weeks ago, sources found references to an Apple iMac that would feature an ARM-based chip. Like us, most people are guessing that this model would come with the Apple M1 silicon. In fact, sources claim that there would be two models available.

  • Upcoming iPad Pro to be equipped with A14X Bionic chip

    Upcoming iPad Pro to be equipped with A14X Bionic chip

    The postponement of Apple's March event means that the iPad Pro won't be launched till April 2021. But there has been a lot of rumours about this device in recent months, so we know quite a bit about it. Now, we also know the exact chipset it would have.

  • Apple gained itself a No.1 by spending big bucks to buy semiconductor chips in 2020

    Apple gained itself a No.1 by spending big bucks to buy semiconductor chips in 2020

    new report is claiming that Apple was the largest buyer of semiconductor chips in 2020. According to Gartner, the tech giant had spent 53.6 billion USD (~RM216 billion) and took 11.9% of the global market share, representing 24% growth year-on-year. Let's read on to find out why Apple had to spend so much on semiconductors.

  • Unnamed Apple PC likely to pack Apple M1 chip too

    Unnamed Apple PC likely to pack Apple M1 chip too

    The new Apple M1-based Macs are still quite new, so any new Apple computer will likely feature it too. An update to a Bluetooth SIG listing by Apple seems to support this assumption, as sources claim.

  • 32-core CPU for Apple Macs could be available in 2021

    32-core CPU for Apple Macs could be available in 2021

    The Apple M1-powered Macs launched about a month ago have proven to be better than their Intel counterparts. This shows that Apple's transition to the ARM architecture was the correct one and we can expect more powerful chipsets in the future. In fact, there's already news about next year's chipset.

  • Up to 6 monitors can be connected to new Apple M1 chip powered Mac

    Up to 6 monitors can be connected to new Apple M1 chip powered Mac

    Do you like having multiple monitors surround you? Great news because you can do that with the new Macs powered by Apple's M1 chip. As you know, some YouTubers have the greatest ideas, and one of them decided he wanted to hook up six monitors to a Mac.

  • ARM version of Windows could run on Macs with new Apple M1 chip

    ARM version of Windows could run on Macs with new Apple M1 chip

    Are you a Mac user that has the occasional need for Windows? Well, perhaps you'll be able to dual-boot on the new Apple M1-based Macs in the future. Or at least, that's what Apple VP of software engineering Craig Federighi has claimed.

  • Latest leak shows Apple M1 chip beating 11th Gen Intel Core i7 in Geekbench and Cinebench

    Latest leak shows Apple M1 chip beating 11th Gen Intel Core i7 in Geekbench and Cinebench

    If you're wondering how one the new Apple M1-powered MacBook laptops would fair against the competition, the answer seems to be 'better'. While the new machines are yet to be officially available, some details like benchmark performance have begun appearing.

  • Opinions: Should you trust Apple's new M1 chip powered Macs?

    Opinions: Should you trust Apple's new M1 chip powered Macs?

    Apple recently announced their new M1 chip powered MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac mini with plans to transition their Mac line-up with the new M1 chips and beyond over a 2-year transition period. So in effect, Apple have stopped using Intel chips for their Macs and won't be using them again for the next 2 years. Should you trust Apple's new M1 chip powered Macs?