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Apple Could See 20% On-Quarter Growth in 3Q20 MacBook Shipments

Apple will "significantly increase" MacBook Pro orders with suppliers in the third quarter of this year as the back-to-school season kicks off, according to supply chain sources. DigiTimes reports that Apple is also set to respond to increasing sales in the creative market, with the number of professionals working from home expected to remain strong in the second half of the year as some countries begin re-imposing regional and city lockdowns in response to the continuing global health crisis...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Intel, MacBook Air, Macbook Pro, Digitimes.com, Ming Chi Kuo, DigiTimes, Apple Silicon, Apple Kuo


Top Stories: iOS 14 Public Beta, iPhone 12 Size Comparison, 14-Inch MacBook Pro Rumors

After one round of developer beta testing, Apple unleashed iOS and iPadOS 14 to a wider audience this week, opening it up to members of the public beta program. There are lots of changes and new features to check out, but as with any beta, be careful about installing it on your main devices. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Other major stories this week included our hands-on video with some iPhone 12 dummy units that give a great idea of what the new phones wil...
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Apple reportedly planning two MacBooks with ARM processors for 2020

Prolific Apple analyst Ming Chi Kuo is at it again with another prediction on Cupertino’s upcoming products. Specifically, Kuo believes Apple is planning to launch a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and a new MacBook Air with the newfangled chips as early as this year, as well as 14 and 16-inch Pros next year. In a research note, Kuo says(via MacRumors): We predict that Apple will launch new MacBook models including the new 13.3-inch ‌MacBook Pro‌ equipped with the ‌Apple Silicon‌ in 4Q20, the new ‌MacBook...
Tags: Apple, Startups, MacBook Air, Cupertino, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Plugged, Prolific Apple, Apple Silicon


Rumor Has It That a MacBook Pro and MacBook Air Will Be the First Apple Silicon Computers

Even before Apple officially announced its plans to transition the Mac family over to Apple Silicon at WWDC last month, people predicted that Macs with Apple-made ARM processors were coming this year. Back in March, noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo speculated that the first Apple ARM processors could hit the market in…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, MacBook Air, ARM, Macbook Pro, Ming Chi Kuo, Apple Silicon, Apple Arm, First Apple Silicon Computers


Apple Silicon powered redesigned MacBook Pro models to come in 2021 with new 14.1-inch size option

Apple Silicon powered redesigned MacBook Pro models to come in 2021, in sizes of 14.1-inch and 16-inch, says Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo The post Apple Silicon powered redesigned MacBook Pro models to come in 2021 with new 14.1-inch size option appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Apple, All News, Hardware News, Macbook Pro, Ming Chi Kuo, 16-inch MacBook Pro, Apple Silicon, 14.1-inch MacBook Pro


Kuo: Apple Silicon Macs to Include 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air This Year, 14.1-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro Models Next Year

At last month's WWDC, Apple officially announced that its Mac computers will be transitioned from Intel x86 to homegrown Apple Silicon chips. Apple said it plans to deliver the first ‌Apple Silicon‌ Mac by the end of the year and complete the transition in about two years. According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with a form factor similar to the current 13.3-inch ‌MacBook Pro‌ could be the first Mac to get an Arm-based chip designed by Apple. In March, Kuo predicted t...
Tags: Apple, Intel, MacBook Air, Macbook Pro, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, MacBook Pro 13, TF International Securities, MacBook Air MacBook, Macbook Pro 16, Apple Silicon, Apple Silicon Macs, Intel Mac Today


Should I Buy an Intel Mac Today or Wait to Buy an Arm-Based Mac?

Apple at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference announced its intention to transition away from Intel processors to Macs powered by its own Apple Silicon chips starting in late 2020. Apple says that by using its own Arm-based processors, it will be able to build better Macs that will boast better performance while also being more energy efficient. Apple's announcement at WWDC 2020 was expected, but the timing of the transition has left many people in the market for a new Mac wondering w...
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Apple's Arm-Based Macs With Apple Silicon Chips Will Support Thunderbolt

Apple is working on Macs that use its custom Apple-designed Apple Silicon chips instead of Intel chips, but Apple has committed to continuing to support Thunderbolt, reports The Verge. In a statement, an Apple spokesperson said that Apple's upcoming machines will offer support for Intel's Thunderbolt USB-C standard. "Over a decade ago, Apple partnered with Intel to design and develop Thunderbolt, and today our customers enjoy the speed and flexibility it brings to every Mac. We remain commit...
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Intel Shares Details on Thunderbolt 4, Launching Later This Year

Intel today shared some new details on the upcoming launch of Thunderbolt 4, which is set debut later this year. While Thunderbolt 4 won't deliver any increase over the maximum 40 Gb/s available on Thunderbolt 3, there are some notable improvements such as universal cables up to two meters long without needing to resort to active cables that omit support for slower USB standards as on Thunderbolt 3, the ability to support docks and other accessories with up to four Thunderbolt 4 ports (one upst...
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Shipping Estimates for 27-Inch iMac Continue to Slip, Now Into September

Amid rumors and hints of a forthcoming update for the iMac, supplies of Apple's current 27-inch ‌iMac‌ continue to dwindle with mid- and high-end stock configurations now seeing shipping estimates pushed back into September. The 27-inch ‌iMac‌ has seen tight supplies and extended shipping estimates for months now, but the situation has been gradually worsening to the point where new buyers can now expect to wait nearly two months to receive their machines. Rumors of an imminent ‌iMac‌ update...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Bloomberg, Intel, Amd, Mark Gurman, iMac, Don, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Sonny Dickson, Intel Comet Lake, Apple Silicon


Top Stories: iPhone 12 Rumors, Apple's A12Z-Based Mac mini, Leaked iMac, and More!

With WWDC now behind us, our attention this week largely turned back to rumors, led by increasing claims that Apple controversially won't be including a power adapter in the box with the iPhone 12. We also saw a few other iPhone 12 rumors, signs of an upcoming iMac update, and some more information on timing of updates for Apple's smaller iPads. The other big topic this week was Apple's Developer Transition Kit, a Mac mini equipped with the A12Z Bionic chip from the iPad Pro. App developers h...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Microsoft, Mac, Intel, Top Stories, New York Times, Rosetta, Brazil, Amd, Gpu, Wwdc, Apple News, Geekbench, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo


Unreleased iMac With 10-Core Comet Lake-S Chip and Radeon Pro 5300 GPU Shows Up in Geekbench

Benchmarks for an unreleased iMac equipped with a 10th-generation Core i9 Intel Comet Lake-S chip and an AMD Radeon Pro 5300 graphics card have surfaced, giving us an idea of what we can expect from a refreshed 2020 ‌iMac‌. The Geekbench benchmarks, which appear to be legit, were found on Twitter and shared this morning by Tom's Hardware. The ‌iMac‌ in the benchmarks would be a successor to the 27-inch ‌iMac‌. The machine features Intel's 3.6GHz Core i9-10910 chip with 10 CPU cores, 20 threa...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, Intel, Amd, Gpu, Core, iMac, Geekbench, Tom, Don, Ming Chi Kuo, NAVI, AMD Navi GPU, Apple Silicon, Core Comet Lake S Chip


The first Apple Silicon benchmarks have leaked out. Do they disappoint?

More powerful than Microsoft's Surface Pro X and just as good as Intel MacBooks
Tags: Apple, News, Microsoft, Trends, Intel, Developers, Computing, ARM, Mac Mini, Surface Pro X, Wwdc 2020, Microsoft Surface Pro X, Apple Silicon


A Wild Apple ARM Benchmark Appears

Apple developers have supposedly started receiving their Apple ARM transition kits, and now a few benchmark numbers of those dev kits have also appeared in the wild. Spotted by 9to5Mac, benchmarks for the Developer Transition Kit seemed to have surfaced on Geekbench, despite strict confidentiality clauses in the…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Intel, Cpus, Apple Silicon, Apple Arm


Apple's A12Z Under Rosetta Outperforms Microsoft's Native Arm-Based Surface Pro X

Apple's Developer Transition Kit equipped with an A12Z iPad Pro chip began arriving in the hands of developers this morning to help them get their apps ready for Macs running Apple Silicon, and though forbidden, the first thing some developers did was benchmark the machine. Multiple Geekbench results have indicated that the Developer Transition Kit, which is a Mac mini with an ‌iPad Pro‌ chip, features average single-core and multi-core scores of 811 and 2,871, respectively. As developer S...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Mac, Rosetta, Gpu, Qualcomm, Geekbench, Steve Troughton Smith, Apple Silicon


Rosetta 2 Benchmarks Surface From Mac Mini With A12Z Chip

While the terms and conditions for Apple's new "Developer Transition Kit" forbid developers from running benchmarks on the modified Mac mini with an A12Z chip, it appears that results are beginning to surface anyhow. Image Credit: Radek Pietruszewski Geekbench results uploaded so far suggest that the A12Z-based Mac mini has average single-core and multi-core scores of 811 and 2,781 respectively. Keep in mind that Geekbench is running through Apple's translation layer Rosetta 2, so an impact ...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, Rosetta, Benchmarks, Geekbench, Apple Silicon, Radek Pietruszewski Geekbench, Apple Silicon Rosetta


Developers Begin Receiving Mac Mini With A12Z Chip to Prepare Apps for Apple Silicon Macs

As part of WWDC last week, Apple announced that it will be switching to its own custom-designed processors for Macs starting later this year. As part of this transition, the company is allowing developers to apply for a modified Mac mini with an A12Z chip and 16GB of RAM to develop and test their apps on a Mac with Arm-based architecture. As noted on Twitter and , some developers are now beginning to receive this Mac mini, which is officially known as the "Developer Transition Kit." Image Cr...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, Intel, Ming Chi Kuo Apple, Apple Silicon, Apple Silicon Macs, Axel Roest Apple, Adrian Thomas x1f1ea


Top Stories: WWDC20 Brings iOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7, Apple Silicon, and More!

Now that WWDC week is winding down, it's good to take a step back and look at all of the biggest announcements and smaller details, as Apple had an awful lot to say about its operating systems, the direction of future Mac hardware, and more. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. While we didn't get any new hardware launches, Apple certainly made an impact with its software news, including some significant changes for iOS 14 with Home screen widgets and tons of new f...
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Rosetta 2 is Apple's Key To Making the ARM Transition Less Painful

At WWDC 2020 earlier this week, Apple announced that it's moving Macs away from Intel processors to its own silicon, based on ARM architecture. To help ease the transition, the company announced Rosetta 2, a translation process that allows users to run apps that contain x86_64 instructions on Apple silicon. The Verge reports: Rosetta 2 essentially "translates" instructions that were written for Intel processors into commands that Apple's chips can understand. Developers won't need to make any ch...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Intel, Rosetta, Intel Apple, Apple Silicon, Angela Yu, ARM Macs Microsoft


Former Intel engineer reveals the truth about the Mac’s switch to Apple Silicon

The reasoning does not look good for Intel
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Intel, Computing, ARM, Macs, Wwdc, Wwdc 2020, Apple Silicon


Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak Discuss Apple Silicon Transition, Lack of Boot Camp Support, and More

Daring Fireball's John Gruber typically hosts a live episode of his The Talk Show podcast during the week of WWDC, featuring high-level Apple executives to dig further into some of the details on Apple's major announcements, and while the all-online format of this year's conference changed things up a bit, Gruber was still able to get Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak to participate in a video podcast. The 90-minute discussion touched on a number of topics, including a brief statement from Joswi...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Gruber, John Gruber, Craig Federighi, Federighi, Greg Joswiak, Joswiak, The Talk Show, Apple Silicon, John Gruber Craig Federighi Greg Joswiak


iOS 14 Supports Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 and Adaptive Controller

Apple's WWDC developer sessions continue to trickle out more details about new features in its latest operating systems for mobile and desktop, including new gamepad support in iOS 14. During its keynote on Monday, Apple said support for Xbox's Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 and Adaptive Controller were coming in tvOS 14, and a WWDC session on Wednesday has confirmed that this support extends to ‌iOS 14‌ and iPadOS 14. The session covers support for the Dual Shock's touchpad and lightba...
Tags: Apple, Ios 14, Wwdc 2020, Apple Silicon


Apple Silicon Macs to Feature New Boot and Recovery Interface, New Mac Sharing Mode Replacing Target Disk Mode

Apple Silicon Macs will introduce a new system for accessing macOS recovery and security options at startup, Apple explained at a WWDC session on Wednesday. The new Startup UI on Apple Silicon powered Macs Existing Macs include a number of macOS Recovery options at boot-up that are accessed using key combinations. For example, Command-R boots Macs in Recovery mode, and Command-Option-P-R resets the NVRAM. On Apple Silicon Macs, these key combinations are being replaced by an on-screen Startu...
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Should you wait to buy a Mac powered by Apple Silicon?

When Apple switches from Intel, will it be a good idea to buy a first-generation ARM MacBook? We weigh it up.
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Intel, Macbook, Computing, ARM, Macs, Macbooks, Apple Silicon


Intel Restates Support for Apple During Transition to Apple Silicon

Apple on Monday confirmed its widely rumored plan to switch from Intel processors to custom silicon for its Macs, promising "incredible" performance and features. In a statement given to AppleInsider, Intel promised to continue supporting the Mac through its transition but insisted that its processors are still the best option for developers. "Apple is a customer across several areas of business and we will continue to support them," said an Intel spokesperson. "Intel remains focused on de...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Intel, Tim Cook, Tiger Lake, Apple Silicon, AppleInsider Intel


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. President Donald Trump signed a proclamation Monday halting a variety of immigration visas. It temporarily suspends H-1B, H-2B, H-4, J-1, and L-1 visas, affecting the tech industry, students, and au pairs, among others. Amazon, Google, Twitter, and other major tech companies are criticizing Trump's move to halt certain immigration visas. The companies said it will make American firms less competitive and less diverse. Apple on ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, UK, Ipo, Barack Obama, Trends, Intel, Donald Trump, Sundar Pichai, Alexa, Trump, Amazon Alexa, Wirecard, SoftBank Vision Fund, Akshay Naheta


Apple announces Mac transition to Apple Silicon

In a historic day for the Mac, Apple today announced it will transition the Mac to its world-class custom silicon to deliver industry-leading performance and powerful new technologies. Developers can now get started updating their apps to take advantage of the advanced capabilities of Apple silicon in the Mac. The post Apple announces Mac transition to Apple Silicon appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
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Apple to keep Intel at Arm's length: macOS shifts from x86 to homegrown common CPU arch, will run iOS apps

We take a look at Cupertino's one-Arm bandit gambit Analysis Apple on Monday said it plans to shift its macOS line from Intel chips to its own homegrown Arm-compatible processors, an initiative called Apple Silicon that will put all Cupertino's products on a common hardware architecture.…
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The Mac’s Apple Silicon processor transition: Everything you need to know

The biggest change to Mac in 15 years is coming. Here's everything you need to know about
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Intel, Macbook, Computing, ARM, Macs, Wwdc, Macbooks, Wwdc 2020, Apple Silicon


Apple’s Developer Transition Kit is a $500 Mac Mini with an ARM chip

Apple today announced a big and important transition from Intel to its own ARM-based Apple Silicon chips for Macs. Now, the company plans to release its first ARM-based Mac by the end of the year, and the complete transition will take a few years. However, it wants developers to get started on the platform, so they can port their apps quickly. So, the company is relating a developer transition kit (DTK) in the form of a refurbished Mac Mini. This Mac Mini will run a special A12Z bionic chip with...
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