The Apple Watch Series 7 leaks are coming in hot and a major redesign is likely on the way. According to some recently leaked renders (obtained from supply chain sources), the Apple Watch Series 7 will offer a new redesign that mirrors the squared-off edges of the iPhone 12s and the iPad Pros.
The series 7 will also apparently be 1.7 millimeters thinner than the series 6. Another noticeable change here is the speaker grills. In the previous models. …
Over the last decade, Apple has dominated the tech industry with their gadgets. From Macs to iPhones, and even AirTags, Apple products have always been regarded as premium assets. Now, the tech giant diving into some new territory — Virtual & Augmented Reality.
This time, Apple is coming up with something entirely different. Their next product, known as Apple Glass may well allow users to interact with information and digital objects through transparent glass worn over their eyes.
It’s no secret that Apple CEO Tim Cook is a big fan of Augmented Reality (AR), a technology that relays digital graphics…
According to the Chinese e-commerce website IThome, Apple is planning to launch the iPhone lineup on the 17th of September.
A screenshot of the early blender was posted on the Chinese blogging site Weibo that shows all four models being available for pre-order on the 17th. If these are to be believed, that date also lines up with John Prosser’s sources that break down the upcoming Apple Event like this ↓
September 7th → Press Invites
September 14th → Apple Event
September 17th → iPhone 13 pre-order
September 24th → iPhone 13 releases
The new iPhone 13 is expected to…
For the past few months, there have been rumors of the new iPhones coming in larger form factors. By larger, I mean thicker. With these rumors being “confirmed” by more and more credible leakers, people started wondering whether Apple was making this extra room for larger batteries.
The source of the latest report talking about this comes from DigiTimes, a relatively credible source within Apple’s supply chain.
Apparently, Apple plans to “significantly increase the adoption” of IPDs (Integrated Passive Devices) for their peripheral chips in devices like the iPhone, the iPad, and the MacBook. For now, it’s not important what…
According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, Apple is expected to launch an updated high-end Mac Mini with a new design and a faster M1X chip in the next few months.
In Gurman’s latest newsletter, he talks about this new high-end Mac Mini that could feature two additional Thunderbolt ports, and the next M Series chip — the M1X. The next-generation MacBook Pro models that are rumored to feature this next-generation M Series chip are expected to have 10 core CPUs, 8 high-performance cores, 2 energy-efficient cores, and 16 to 32 core GPU options. Since the Mac Mini and MacBook Pro have…
Things started getting really exciting when Apple’s iPad chips approached the performance of laptops with Intel CPUs. Then Apple started the transition to their own silicon, which is based on the ARM architecture. Then they released the M1. And now in 2021, it’s safe to say the M1 has been a pretty good success story.
But why should Apple users have all the fun?
Can anyone bring the fight to Apple and bring something like the M1 to PCs?
Qualcomm says the can.
In a recent interview with Reuters, Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon made a series of pretty confident statements…
Back in February 2021, M1 Mac users started to notice excessive usage of the internal SSD. This appeared to be down to a lot of memory swapping where data in the memory is temporarily moved to the SSD to free up resources and then load it back in as required. Then, reports of even more extreme SSD usage began to surface. The worst of which seemed to be tens of terabytes of data written in a matter of weeks. This is a concern because SSDs have a finite lifespan and every time you write some data, that lifespan reduces a…
Apple released the M1 chip and everyone was wowed by the performance of the new Apple Silicon. However, almost immediately people were talking about the M1X or M2.
There seems to be quite a number of people waiting for these new chips to drop before they purchase a new Apple computer.
I think there are some clear scenarios where it makes sense to wait for the next-gen of Apple Silicon.
The first one is the form factor. If you want a 16-inch laptop or a larger iMac, there currently aren’t any available options with the M1 so it’s only reasonable…
We haven’t seen a true redesign to the large iMac since 2012 when it lost its CD DVD drive. There has been a 5K screen upgrade over that time but it’s been nearly 9 years since the overall design was updated.
The clock is ticking until the new MacBook Pros come out and one of the most exciting releases everyone is expecting is the upgraded M1X 16-inch MacBook Pro.
On the EEC database (Euroasian economic commission database), there has been a submission of six new Apple Watch models (expected to be running WatchOS 8), but most excitingly — two MacBook Pro models (listed as A2442 and A2485).
It’s obvious the models this report is referring to are the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros.
For many years, Apple have registered their new devices with the EEC a couple of months before…