Last week I wrote that Apple seemed’astonishingly confident’ in its new m1-based Macs. I reviewed the MacBook Air, Nilay Patel reviewed the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Chris Welch reviewed the new Mac Mini.
Apple’s Rosetta 2 translation layer does n’t cause slowdown or bugs for legacy apps. The air in particular offers incredible power at its price point.
The webcams are still terrible and there are lots of questions about what will happen in the next couple of years. But rather than constantly look ahead to the next thing, just for a moment, enjoy: a tech company made a big promise that it could do a hard thing and then did that thing.
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Chaim Gartenberg made a point about the importance of computers. Gartenberg made the point when he wrote about the need of computers.
The M1 is Apple’s first-generation processor. It’s designed to replace the chips in Apple’s weakest, cheapest laptops and desktops.
It’s not difficult to divine the future of Intel and Qualcomm’s roadmap. They are consistent (and consistently dull) in their year-over-year improvements. I do n’t see either pulling a step change like the M1 out of a hat.
We have no idea what Apple’s chip roadmap looks like. We can make educated guesses based on what we would expect from the current chip and Apple’s philosophy.
Apple does n’t introduce a ton of different Macs. The air, the entry level 13-inch MacBook Pro, the 16-inch MacBook Pro and the iMac Pro, and the Mac Pro.
Apple silicon-based iMac continues to be as big a leap over the m1-based MacBook Air as it has been in the past. But now with the air, the baseline for that rough basis has just been radically improved.
Apple has a thousand-dollar laptop that beats the pants off anything else in its price class. Every Windows ultrabook is going to be compared to it for the foreseeable future – and may likely be found wanting.
For the next year or two, we all might be ending Windows laptop reviews with’for the same price, you can get a MacBook Air that’s faster, lasts longer on a battery, and does n’t have a fan’.
Intel, Microsoft, Dell, HP, Asus, Razer have something that will chopping clauses from that sentence?. Do Intel, Qualcomm, AMD, HP and HP have anything that will start chopping clauses.
I’m taking the next week off and may allow myself to be a little intermittent in December. I appreciate you all reading and hope you are staying safe this Thanksgiving holiday.
The $ 500 million class-action settlement has n’t been fully approved by a judge yet. There’s a fair hearing on December 4th that’ll decide whether the settlement was handled properly.
The new app store small business program will allow developer who earns less than $ 1 million in annual sales per year from all of their apps to qualify for a reduced app store cut of 15 percent, half of Apple’s standard 30 percent fee.
Google says it has been building a progressive web app version of stadia that will run in the mobile version of Apple’s Safari browser. Google intends to beat Microsoft to the punch with public testing of its version in the coming weeks.
Stadia is a game like assassin’s creed Valhalla. It’s made only harder by the launch of next-gen consoles from Microsoft and Sony. Stadia touted last year without any of the compromises of using a streaming platform.
End-To-End encryption is a key privacy feature. For Android users, one-on-one chats will eventually be end-to-end encrypted by default, meaning neither carriers nor Google will be able to read the content of those messages.
The nuc m15 is the latest computer in the company’s expanding next unit of computing line. It will be selling through various partners early in 2021.