What tells me that macOS isn’t about to be swallowed up into iOS? Look at what’s happened with Time Machine in Big Sur, which has undergone as much development as it did prior to release in 2007.
Look forward to Universal Apps, which will show how well Apple Silicon Macs perform. There’s a lot of history buried in them too.
WWDC provided more pieces for the jigsaw of the Mac’s future, but there’s one significant piece still missing.
macOS 11 Big Sur comes with the promise of Macs with Apple’s own processors later this year. So what changes?
Will they be locked down completely, or run iPadOS? How could they run existing Mac apps? Some potential answers.
How have Intel Macs and the SoCs in Apple’s iPads and iPhones improved in performance since 2014? Which has the cost-performance advantage?
Why change the processors used in Macs, when all that will do is cause loads of compatibility problems? Some thoughts on how important this could be.
New iMacs were very welcome, but Apple is telling us about its future plans. Will these new versions only sell for the next year? What will replace them?
What’s this rumour about the new Macs having new processors? Not on your nellie: just look at the facts.