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Apple Confirms High Power Mode on 16-Inch MacBook Pro with M1 Max Chip

Apple Confirms High Power Mode on 16-Inch MacBook Pro with M1 Max Chip

A recent report claimed new MacBook Pro with M1 Max Chip offers a new High Power Mode. High Power Mode intends to deliver maximum performance during intensive tasks that last for a prolonged period. Apple has now confirmed the High Power Mode on MacBook Pro to MacRumors. It looks like the new High Power Mode will work similarly to Intel’s Turbo Boost technology.

14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro Are Now ‘Preparing to Ship’

14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro Are Now ‘Preparing to Ship’

New 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro preorders began soon after the launch. Those who have preordered the new MacBook are shown “Preparing to Ship” status. This means the first lot of deliveries should happen any time next week.

Microsoft Edge vs Google Chrome: 5 Reasons to Use Edge on Your Mac

Microsoft Edge vs Google Chrome: 5 Reasons to Use Edge on Your Mac

When it comes to browsers, Microsoft has rightly earned a terrible reputation because of Internet Explorer. Microsoft previously based Edge on the EdgeHTML rendering engine, which was buggy and inefficient. After failing to convince web designers and consumers, Microsoft rebased Edge on Chromium, the same underlying engine that powers Google Chrome. This doesn’t mean Microsoft just replaced Google’s logo with theirs on Chrome and called it a new browser. No, there are plenty of changes underneath that make Microsoft Edge a superior browser to Google Chrome on Mac.

What Do You Think About This MacBook Concept with Apple Pencil Support?

What Do You Think About This MacBook Concept with Apple Pencil Support?

Over the past years, MacBooks have come a long way. However, unlike the competition, MacBook still doesn’t offer a touchscreen. Last week, Apple filed a patent detailing MacBook with Apple Pencil support. Now, a designer has recreated MacBook with Apple Pencil concept.

M1X MacBook Pro and Apple Watch Series 7 Listed on Eurasian Database Ahead of Fall Launch

M1X MacBook Pro and Apple Watch Series 7 Listed on Eurasian Database Ahead of Fall Launch

Eurasian Economic Commission database often tells us about Apple’s upcoming products. This time around, a bunch of Apple products has popped up on the EEC database. The listings shed some light on upcoming Apple Watch and MacBook models.

How to Type the Apple Logo () on Mac Quickly

How to Type the Apple Logo () on Mac Quickly

Along with having some of the best emojis in any operating system, Apple also adds a bunch of custom emojis to its devices, such as the Apple logo symbol . It’s aesthetically pleasing and looks good wherever it’s used. Follow along and learn how you can type or insert the Apple logo  on your Mac quickly.

Mac Shipments Surge despite Chip Shortage and Logistics Issues

Mac Shipments Surge despite Chip Shortage and Logistics Issues

Global PC shipments have surged despite pandemic and chip shortages. As per IDC’s latest report, Mac shipments have surged by 10 percent in 2021 Q2 compared to the previous year.

Linux is Now Officially Supported on M1 Macs

Linux is Now Officially Supported on M1 Macs

After months and months of testing, Linux is now officially supported on M1 Macs. The latest update with the Linux kernel 5.13 update has been released, which brings support for several ARM64 chips, including Apple’s M1.

M1X MacBook Pro Tag Included in Apple’s WWDC Keynote YouTube Video

M1X MacBook Pro Tag Included in Apple’s WWDC Keynote YouTube Video

Apple was expected to introduce redesigned M1X MacBook Pro at WWDC 2021 event. However, there was no mention of the highly-anticipated laptop at the keynote. Apple uploaded the event’s opening keynote on its YouTube channel, and something interesting was spotted in the video’s description.

Apple Could Launch Redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro at WWDC 2021

Apple Could Launch Redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro at WWDC 2021

Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives claims that Apple will be launching the redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro at WWDC 2021 next week. The analyst claims apart from its usual OS announcements, Apple will have a “few surprises” in store at the event.