Check Out This Shrunken Down Mac Pro Concept
Apple is expected to eventually transition its entire Mac lineup to its Apple Silicon processors. Right now, we’ve seen this applied to the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and the iMac, which means that the only computer that’s left would be the Mac Pro. We have heard that Apple is working on a pretty powerful Apple Silicon for a future Mac Pro, but what about the design?
A 40-Core Apple Silicon Powered Mac Pro Could Be In The Works
When Apple announced their plan to transition away from Intel to their own Apple Silicon chipsets, many have wondered what this could mean for Apple’s Pro computers like the MacBook Pro and Mac Pro, both of which are typically used by various professionals who need the horsepower that the computers can put out.
Apple Exploring Cheese Grater Design For The iPhone
When the new Mac Pro was announced, many made fun of the computer’s cheese grater design. Apple has since applied that design to other products like the Pro Display XDR, and now it seems that the company is exploring the possibility of maybe using that same design for the iPhone.
Apple Could Use Randomized Serial Numbers For Future Products
Ever wonder how companies come up with serial numbers for your products? It might seem random, but there is usually a pattern behind it that can identify a product type, year it was made, configuration option, and so on. Apple has been doing that for a while now, but it seems that they want to change it.
Apple Silicon Powered Mac Pro Could Look Like A Bigger Mac Mini
With Apple slowly updating its Mac computers and introducing new Apple Silicon powered variants, it did not come as a surprise to learn that Apple could be planning something similar for the Mac Pro as well. We heard rumors that the use of the Apple Silicon meant that Apple could shrink down the computer.
A Smaller, More Compact M1 Mac Pro Could Be In The Works
Apple is expected to make a transition away from Intel to its M1 chipsets over the next year or so. We’ve already seen that happen with the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro and Mac mini, but what about Apple’s higher-end computers, like the Mac Pro? It turns out that Apple might have a slightly different approach with that.
Apple Could Be Working On A 32-Core M-Series Chipset
With the Apple M1 chipsets, Apple has proven that they are able to compete with Intel on computers, and in some of the benchmarks we’ve seen, even outperform Intel. However, to be fair, computers like the Mac mini and MacBook Air weren’t exactly designed for high-performance usage, which begs the question of how Apple will handle its higher-end computers like the 16-inch MacBook Pro, iMac Pro, and Mac Pro.
Analysts Believe Apple Could One Day Introduce Hardware Subscriptions
Right now when it comes to buying a new Apple product, you’d have to buy it outright, or get it on an installment plan from a carrier if they’re selling it. You can also trade-in an older device and use the credit towards a new one. However, it seems that maybe in the future, Apple could consider introducing a hardware-based subscription.
Analyst Believe Apple Silicon Mac Computers Could Be Cheaper
Apple is expected to officially unveil their new Apple Silicon-powered Mac computers tomorrow, or at least some of the lineup. There are many questions that users probably have about the upcoming computers, like app compatibility and availability, performance, and also how much these computers could cost.
Smaller, Redesigned Apple Silicon Mac Pro Could Be In The Works
Apple’s Mac Pro is currently the company’s largest and most powerful computer. This is largely due to the way the computer has been designed where its components are more in line with Windows-based desktop PCs that can accommodate larger GPUs, better cooling, and more storage.
Heads Up: Not All Mac Computers Will Be Able To Stream Netflix In 4K
If there is one reason to look forward to the update to macOS Big Sur, it is because with the update to the operating system, Netflix users will finally be able to enjoy Netflix streams in 4K. Prior to that, the streams were capped at 1080p, so even if you had a 4K Netflix subscription, you couldn’t really take full advantage of it.
It Is Now Easier To Repair Macs At Third-Party Repair Stores
Apple would obviously love if all customers were to send their computers in to get it repaired versus sending it to third-party stores. Unfortunately, the cost of getting your Mac repaired officially can be expensive, which is why third-party repair shops are more appealing, but there is also the question of whether or not these repairs are reliable and if parts are genuine.
Apple Confirms Their Transition From Intel Processors To Apple Silicon
For years, it has been rumored that Apple was considering moving away from using Intel’s processors to their own custom creations based on the ARM architecture. It looks like those rumors have finally been proven true because at WWDC 2020, Apple has officially confirmed that they will be moving away from Intel’s processors to their own custom Apple silicon.
Apple Will Start Accepting In-Store Trade-Ins For Mac Computers
Last week, it was reported that starting this week, Mac users who are looking to trade in theri Mac computers would be able to do so in-store and in-person. For those who have a Mac they’d like to trade in, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple’s physical stores will now be accepting trade-ins.
Apple Stores To Start Accepting Mac Trade-Ins Next Week
Apple’s Mac computers aren’t necessarily the cheapest around, but thankfully Apple does have a trade-in feature on its website where customers can trade-in their older Mac computers. However, this trade-in feature has largely been a feature of its online website, and physical trade-ins via the Apple Stores weren’t allowed.
Someone Just Made A Skateboard Using Apple’s $700 Mac Pro Wheels
There’s no denying the power of Apple’s new Mac Pro, but there’s also no denying how much it costs, and there’s even no way of denying that some of the accessories that Apple is selling for the computer are just ridiculously priced. Take for example the wheels for the Mac Pro that allows it to be easily moved around.
Mac Pro Reaches Its Limits With 6,000 Open Google Chrome Tabs
Apple’s Mac Pro has been designed to be one of the most powerful computers in the market today, or at least that’s how it’s being positioned. Users can configure it to the max where you could stuff as much as 1.5TB of RAM into it, meaning that in theory, it should be able to handle just about anything you throw at it.