The iPad Pro has the same M2 chip as a MacBook Air, a keyboard and trackpad, and a single Thunderbolt/USB4 port, but there the similarities end.
The M1’s honeymoon is over. Speed is great, but users are asking what else the M1 offers. Catalyst and the M1 iPad Pro could prove crucial to the 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.
Is the new Mac mini the best-performing for its cost? Does the new iPad Pro rival better desktop systems in benchmarks? Let’s look at those figures more carefully.
How did it take Apple so long to tell users of the imminent death of Back to My Mac? And why does Apple replace fully-functional Smart Keyboards?
How the iOS Photos app may save your PNG screenshot images in JPEG format: one mystery solved, another opened.
When you take a screenshot in iOS, it is saved in PNG format. There is no option. So why do mine come across on iCloud Drive as a JPEG?
New toys expected include Siri for OS X, and OS X 10.12. Those should really please users with Macs that keep freezing, and bricked iPad Pros.
One of the most compelling arguments for Apple owning all the hardware on which its operating systems run, […]