Apple Silicon promises more powerful Macs, but developers face growing pains Watch Now Apple Event Meet the new iPad Pro and everything Apple just announced Apple brings M1 to iMac in overhaul with wide range of colors, starting at $1,299 Apple pushes M1 competitive advantage Why does the new iPad Pro have 16GB of RAM? Now which iPad model should you buy? iPad and Mac just began their convergence Apple TV 4K gets an upgrade with the A12 bionic processor Apple strengthens hardware ecosystem, gives hints on iPhone 2021 tech Apple launches purple iPhone 12 and AirTags Apple’s credit card gets a family plan Last week, I described what the Mac’s future might look like from the perspective of developers and consumers. I got a few things right — like the perfect iPad compatibility and the use of containerization for security and app isolation — but there were a few things I missed. What did I get wrong? Well, for starters, I was not expecting the development path of this new generation of Macs to be as open or as flexible as the company appears to have pursued. Apple Silicon is a complete port, in the “Option 1: Re-engine” sense… Read full this story
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