Earlier this month Apple unveiled the first MacBook powered by Apple Silicon M1 chips. The new MacBooks run on Arm and boast of better performance as opposed to Intel Macs. A developer by the name of Alexander Graf has come up with an Arm version of Windows for Mac.
Jailbreaking offers users greater control over their devices. Recently hackers managed to jailbreak Apple T2, which has opened up a whole new set of possibilities. This video shows how one can change Mac’s startup chime to that of PS5.
Apple has announced the all-new M1 SoC today. It is the first Apple-developed chipset for Mac. And it is insanely fast.
Apple Announces New 13-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Apple Silicon, Offers Up to 18 hours of Battery Life
The highlight of the new 13-inch MacBook Pro is the M1 Apple Silicon chip, which offers an unprecedented level of performance and features. Apple claims that the 8-core CPU offers the highest performance per watt at one-fourth of the power. The 8-core GPU is also the world’s fastest integrated GPU in the world as of now while being notably more efficient than the competition.
Yesterday Apple released the first developer beta for macOS Big Sur 11.0.1. The latest build aims at fixing bugs and performance issues. You also get new macOS wallpapers. Most impressive of all, the beta has references to unreleased Macs.
A newly-discovered vulnerability affects macOS systems with the Intel processor and T2 chip. The cybersecurity researcher who unearthed the vulnerability says it is not patchable and can potentially give root access to attackers.
Apple’s devices are known for being secure. And the Cupertino-based tech giant keeps on improving the security on its device every year. Last year, Apple took a major step to make Macs even more secure by introducing a process called “Notarization.” In this process, developers have to submit their apps to Apple where it checks the app for malicious content and security issues. If the app passes the test, a security feature on Mac dubbed Gatekeeper allows the app to run. However, it has now come to light that Apple had accidentally allowed malware to run on Macs.
Back at WWDC 2020, Apple announced its plans to switch to its own custom Arm-based Apple Silicon chips inside its Macs. The company expects to complete the transition within two years. This led many people to wonder if Apple will drop support for Intel Macs in the foreseeable future. If you are in the market for a new Mac and are wondering if you should buy an Intel-based Mac or wait for Apple Silicon Macs, read below.
It was long been rumored that Apple will eventually shift from Intel processors to its own chipsets. The move was confirmed last month when the company announced its plans to move Macs to its own ARM-based Apple Silicon. Now, the company has suggested that it won’t sell its in-house processors to other brands.