Apple has so far launched all its Macs with an M1 chip. Now, a new report claims that the next-generation M2 processor destined for future Macs has gone into mass production.
Apple officially introduced its 2021 iMac with M1 chip at its ‘Spring Loaded’ event today. The new accessories for the Apple Silicon iMac include colorful Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, and a new wireless Magic Keyboard with Touch ID.
Last year Apple pulled the wraps from M1 processors. The M1 processor is doing duty on the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Now Linux is reportedly working on extending support to M1 Mac in the upcoming Linux 5.13.
M1 Macs are known to play finicky with external monitors. Despite Apple rolling out multiple macOS Big Sur updates, the issues still continue. M1 Mac mini owners have been complaining about their Mac unable to wake the display connected to it from sleep.
Previous reports have hinted that Apple’s 2022 device lineup will come with an OLED display. The latest report by Digitimes claims that iPad and MacBook models will get OLED display in 2022. Digitimes has released a part of the report, while the detailed report will be released tomorrow(Updated with full report).
A recent report by Taiwanese publication Digitimes claims that Apple will release the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with Mini-LED displays in the second half of this year. The latest report falls in line with Kuo’s earlier report.
The first malware for M1-based Macs has been discovered as detailed by security researcher Patrick Wardle. This shows that malware and adware authors have started working on new malware/adware for M1 Macs.
Jason Snell from Six Colors has published an annual report on Apple’s performance across various areas. A panel consisting of writers, editors, podcasters, and developers compiled the report. All of them are end-users and keen observers of the Apple Ecosystem.
After M1, Apple seems to have a slew of new feature lineup for future Mac. In a new Bloomberg report, Mark Gurman says future Macs could offer Face ID and 5G cellular connectivity. He also notes that FaceID on Mac was supposed to arrive this year and was delayed due to a new design. The same report also talked about new MacBook Air that could come later this year.
Recently users complained about display issues on M1 Macs. The problem mostly occurs when the Mac was connected to ultrawide displays. It seems like M1 Mac is yet to support certain specific display resolution.