After releasing a new macOS Big Sur beta yesterday, it was discovered that Apple might be removing Rosetta 2 translation from its M1 Macs, but only in certain regions, and it's unclear why.
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Apple's new custom ARM processors are here, and there's a lot of good, but there's also some bad. The performance is the best we've seen from ARM so far, and the battery life is incredible.
In the third installment of the Intel Evo vs Apple Silicon series, we're looking at getting things set up, including the Razer Core X GPU enclosure, the Samsung T7 Touch SSD, and more.
Apple's new custom ARM processors have been praised by reviewers, and Apple has been making some big promises. We're going to see if its new hardware can live up to the company's hype.
According to a new report, Apple is once again planning to redesign its MacBook Air, making it thinner and lighter, and also adding a magnetic charging port. It will include Apple Silicon.
Microsoft released a new Edge Canary build yesterday afternoon, finally natively supporting Apple's new ARM-based Macs. No other Insider branches will see native support until next year.
Microsoft today released its latest Edge build in the weekly Dev channel. There's not a lot that's new, but the company said that it's going to support Mac M1 in the Canary channel next week.
Today, Microsoft announced that its main Office suite is available to run natively on ARM-powered Macs. There are also some other Microsoft 365 features for Mac being highlighted today.
Google has released a native version of its Chrome browser for the new Apple Silicon Macs. Microsoft has also confirmed that its support for the new architecture is well on the way.
Apple is set to hold its third fall event, as it sent out invitations to journalists today. As usual, it will be a virtual event that anyone can attend for free, and it will be on November 10.
A new report says that Apple will launch an ARM-powered 13-inch MacBook Pro and Air later this year. Redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch mini-LED display sporting ARM-based models slated for Q3 2021.
While Apple is expected to ditch Intel processors for its in-house ARM chips, the company confirmed that it will still continue to support "the future of Thunderbolt" in Macs with Apple Silicon.
Apple's new ARM64 macOS development kits are reaching some hands, and developers using it are already starting to benchmark it. The scores don't beat an Intel Mac, but this isn't production hardware.
Ex-Principal Engineer at Intel, François Piednoël, cited quality control issues and frequent complaints of Intel's 2015 Skylake offerings as the primary reason for Apple's switch to ARM from Intel.
Today at WWDC, Apple announced what's been rumored for so long, which is that it's going to start building Mac PCs with the custom ARM processors that it's been using in iPhones and iPads.
Apple has long been rumored to be switching to ARM processors for its MacBooks, and a new report says that the Cupertino company could be planning to make the announcement as early as this month.
Rumors of Apple making a MacBook have been going around for a long time, but it seems like Apple is going to be able to get some things right that Microsoft hasn't been able to with Windows.
According to a new report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will finally be releasing its long-rumored ARM-powered MacBook, and it should arrive within the next 18 months using a custom SoC.