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Apple Confirms Apple Silicon Macs will Feature Thunderbolt Connectivity

Apple Confirms Apple Silicon Macs will Feature Thunderbolt Connectivity

Apple’s move to its own Apple Silicon for Macs has raised a lot of questions. Among them, many users have wondered if the Macs would support Thunderbolt 3 or not, especially since the Apple Silicon Developer Transition Kit from Apple lacked Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.

Apple Expands Independent Repair Program to Over 700 US Locations

Apple Expands Independent Repair Program to Over 700 US Locations

After announcing the Independent Repair Program in the United States last year, Apple has expanded the program to include over 140 independent repair companies. This now provides iPhone owners up to 700 locations across the U.S. to get their iPhone repaired.

Apple Announces 2020 Apple Design Award Winners

Apple Announces 2020 Apple Design Award Winners

Apple typically announces its winners for the Design Award at WWDC ever year. This year, since there was no physical event, Apple has announced the Apple Design Award via a press release. The company has highlighted eight apps and games for their outstanding and creative design.

Former Intel Engineer Says Skylake Led Apple to Switch to Its Own CPUs inside Macs

Former Intel Engineer Says Skylake Led Apple to Switch to Its Own CPUs inside Macs

Apple’s move to ditch Intel CPUs and switch to its Apple Silicon inside Macs is a big one. The move comes after Intel has been struggling to deliver meaningful performance and power efficiency improvements with its CPUs over the last few years. A former Intel engineer, however, has revealed that Apple was not happy with Intel chips since the Skylake-based CPUs were first introduced back in 2015.

Apple Acquires Fleetsmith to Improve iPad, iPhone, and Mac Enterprise Deployment

Apple Acquires Fleetsmith to Improve iPad, iPhone, and Mac Enterprise Deployment

While Apple offers enterprise-grade features and security on its devices, including iPads, iPhones, and Macs, the company relies on third-party companies for enterprise deployment. After the announcement of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and macOS Big Sur during WWDC 2020 two days ago, the company has acquired an enterprise deployment firm to offer enterprise users a first-party MDM (mobile device management) solution.

Antitrust Investigation Against Apple in the US for its ‘Ironclad Control’ Over App Store Impending

Antitrust Investigation Against Apple in the US for its ‘Ironclad Control’ Over App Store Impending

Apple is currently the subject of two various antitrust investigations by the European Commission. Now, it looks like the company’s antitrust woes are only going to get worse as the DOJ and multiple other state attorneys in the US plan on probing Apple for its control over the App Store.

Apple Details its Transition to Apple Silicon Inside Macs

Apple Details its Transition to Apple Silicon Inside Macs

Apple today announced its plans to switch its Mac lineup to its custom-designed chips. The company says that its own “Apple Silicon” will allow it to bring a number of amazing new features to Macs in the future.

Apple Approves ‘Hey’ Email App Following Drama, But the Fight’s Not Over

Apple Approves ‘Hey’ Email App Following Drama, But the Fight’s Not Over

After a lot of drama, Apple has finally gone ahead and approved the Hey email app on the App Store. The app was approved by Apple on Friday last week and the move even surprised Jason Fried, the CEO and founder of Hey.

Kuo: 13-inch MacBook Pro and Redesigned iMac Will be Apple’s First Arm Macs

Kuo: 13-inch MacBook Pro and Redesigned iMac Will be Apple’s First Arm Macs

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in his latest investor’s note claims that the Cupertino company will soon be launching an iMac refresh. He also claims that Apple’s first Arm-based Macs will be the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and the iMac.

Apple’s AR/VR Headset Plans Changed Significantly Due to Internal Team Differences

Apple’s AR/VR Headset Plans Changed Significantly Due to Internal Team Differences

A new report details how Apple’s AR/VR headset plans were altered significantly due to internal divisions. The report highlights that Apple was already a few years into its plans of developing an AR/VR headset when in late 2018, Jony Ive objected to some of its fundamental aspects.