Citing its Taiwan-based supply chain sources, DigiTimes reports that Apple’s upcoming iMac for pro users will feature Intel’s Xeon E3-1285 v6 processor, ECC RAM, and NVMe SSD.
A speed test conducted by YouTuber EverythingApplePro consisting of the latest flagship Android devices — the Samsung Galaxy S8, LG G6, Google Pixel, OnePlus 3T — and the iPhone 7 Plus. On paper, the iPhone 7 Plus looks the most underspec’d of the lot but its final results will likely surprise many.
Last week, Nvidia rolled out the first beta drivers for its Pascal based GPUs for macOS Sierra. The web drivers allow Mac and Hackintosh users to use Nvidia’s Pascal GPUs like the GTX 1080Ti, Titan XP, 1070 etc. with their PC for improved performance.
One rumor surfaced not too long ago, but continued to pop up on a regular basis, was that Apple was hard at work on building an actual car.
Apple is rumored to be among the few companies interested in buying Toshiba’s lucrative memory chip business. Now, adding further credence to the rumors, Japanese publication NHK reports that Apple is ready to spend billions of dollars to acquire a major stake in Toshiba’s memory business.
Apple has gone on a purchasing spree for trees for its upcoming Apple Park campus that it has become a challenge for other companies to source trees for their companies. As the San Francisco Chronicle details, the team from McGuire and Hester working on the Transbay Transit Center are having difficulty in sourcing trees for the 5.4-acre green rooftop boxed area of the transit center.
Back in December of last year, it was reported that the NHL and Apple were in “late-stage talks” to get iPad units on the benches in every arena.
As per the latest data collected by Kantar’s Worldpanel for a three-month period ending Feb 2017, Apple’s iOS has fallen to its lowest market share in China, though the market share of the OS did increase in other developed markets like Germany, France, and US.