A rumor from earlier this month suggested that Apple could be holding another virtual event next month where they will be unveiling their first commercially available Apple Silicon powered Mac computers. Now according to a tweet by leakster Jon Prosser, he claims that the event will be held on the 17th of November.
Apple’s iPhone event will probably largely focus on the iPhone, and as such, if you were hoping for details surrounding Apple’s upcoming computers that will be powered by the Apple Silicon, you might have to wait until November. However, it seems that it could be worth the wait as a bunch of model numbers have been leaked.
If you are looking to game on the go, gaming laptops are where it’s at and Razer has actually given its Razer Blade Stealth 13 an update in terms of hardware. Gamers will now be able to get the latest generation of processors from Intel, as well as the option of equipping their laptop with a touchscreen OLED display.
When Apple first announced their plans to launch ARM-based Macs, they also stated that we would be able to expect the first Apple Silicon Mac computers by the end of the year. Now we might know when to expect them, at least that’s according to a report from Bloomberg in which Mark Gurman claims that these computers will be announced in November.
One of the drawbacks of current battery technology in our electronics is that they don’t last very long. Our smartphones and laptops barely get a day’s worth of battery, or even less if you’re a power user. Stuffing larger batteries inside them could fix the problem, but it’s not necessarily a long-term solution.
So we’ve seen foldable smartphones that can transform into tablets, but the idea has never really caught on, although that could possibly be due to pricing rather than the concept. However, what if the foldable device was a computer? Would that be a more attractive option? That’s what Lenovo is hoping to find out.
According to the rumors, Apple is apparently looking to make the move to using mini LED display panels in devices. To date, that has not happened and Apple is currently using a mix of LCD and OLEDs from product to product (like LCDs for laptops and desktops, and OLEDs for its iPhones and Apple Watch).
Many are undoubtedly eagerly anticipating Apple’s new lineup of Mac computers powered by its custom Apple silicon chipsets. The good news is that we’re now inching closer towards that becoming a reality because according to a report from DigiTimes (paywall), it seems that TSMC is expected to begin production of these chipsets in Q4 2020.
Microsoft’s Surface Laptops don’t exactly come cheap, but for those who love the Surface brand and would love to get their hands on a Surface Laptop that’s more affordable, you could be in luck. According to a report from Windows Central, they have heard from their sources that Microsoft is apparently developing a more affordable Surface Laptop.
Coming in 14-inch or 15-inch display sizes depending on the model, the new Yoga 9 series is Lenovo’s high-end offering to consumers for the holidays. The $1399+ Yoga 9i will replace the excellent Lenovo Yoga C940 which we previously reviewed. The $1599+ Yoga Slim 9i / IdeaPad Slim 9i is a new 14-inch ultra-thin design
Most computers these days are powered by Intel’s processors, but AMD’s Ryzen series has been gaining in popularity in the past few years, so it doesn’t come as a surprise to see more computer makers turn to AMD. Honor is such a company as they have officially unveiled their latest laptop, the Honor MagicBook Pro 16 that is powered by AMD’s Ryzen 5 CPU.
Intel has recently announced their latest 11th gen processors, and given how fast technology is advancing and changing, it’s always a good idea to try and keep yourself updated if you want to futureproof your purchases for a little longer. The good news for those looking for a laptop is that Acer has you covered.
When you think of gaming laptops, there’s a chance that you might associate these laptops with being huge, bulky, and heavy. This is due to the numerous features that one might expect from a gaming laptop, but that doesn’t always have to be the case. For those looking for a gaming laptop that won’t break your back, then Lenovo’s latest Legion Slim 7i could be the laptop for you.
Apple’s 12-inch MacBook had a relatively short life compared to the company’s other laptop offerings. For the most part, it was relatively underpowered and wasn’t exactly cheap. It was also positioned weirdly as the MacBook Air offered up considerably better performance for a little bit more money.