Tech Journeyman

Taking a deep dive into technology

This is the Tech Journeyman. We will posting guides and such to help you get the most out of your personal computing without the complications. We mostly cover Apple, but we give Windows and Linux some love too.

Apple M1 Series vs Intel Xeon W-series

When Apple announced that they are moving away from Intel to their own Apple Silicon, they are all going in. How will they fare against Intel’s absolute best, the Xeon?

Apple M1 Series vs Intel Xeon W-series

When Apple announced that they are moving away from Intel to their own Apple Silicon, they are all going in. How will they fare against Intel’s absolute best, the Xeon?

iPhone: 15 years later. a Retrospective

Sometimes 15 years ago, Apple with Steve Job launched the iPhone. Just how the Mac changed the personal computer, iPhone changed the world. Again. We take a look how far we have come with smartphone and iPhone in general

Mac Pro Setup Guide: The Bests are All In

What happens if you stumble upon a million dollars. How would you spec your Mac Pro? This is the ultimate guide to making the best Mac Pro setup ever.

Apple in 2022

2021 was a time where a lot of things happens, and a lot of things didn't happen. We chronicle Apple moments in 2021

Web3 Explained

What is Web3 and what it means for both consumers and producers

Macbook Air vs Macbook Pro 2021

MacBook lineup is complete. Which one is the one you should take. Should you wait for the new MacBook Air?

Apple M1 Max Duo and M1 Max Quad Predictions

The only Macs that are running Intel now are the highest specs one: the larger iMac and the Mac Pro. The great question remains is how will Apple replace the high end Mac Pro? We predict the performance based on rumors and conjecture.

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Apple in 2022

2021 was a time where a lot of things happens, and a lot of things didn't happen. We chronicle Apple moments in 2021

Apple 2022 Product Roadmap

2021 went by very fast for most of us, and as the year going into the end game, we take a look behind and see what's in front of us.

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The Scramble for Meta - Why Tech Companies jumping in head first for Virtual Reality in 2022

Virtual Reality, the new frontier, according to people in Silicon Valley. So high the importance of Virtual Reality (VR), that Facebook, the largest social media company in history decided to rename their company to Meta, and pivot the entire company to their new VR world, called the Metaverse. Mark Zuckernberg, the founder and CEO of Meta, splend a good one hour explaining the pivot and the implementation details on their new major product, the Metaverse.

Filed in: metaverse, facebook, microsoft, apple, money, opinion, amazon, netflix, others, sony,

Christmas 2021 Gift Guide

It’s that time of the year where we exchange presents. Sometimes walking into the store you will be facing a mountain of choices and got lost on everything that you see. We’re here to help. Disclaimer all links shown here are amazon affilate links. A portion of the sale will go to me, it would not cost you extra. Prices are correct when i wrote it. Daily update until Boxing Day.

Filed in: gift guide, christmas, iphone, mac, gadgets,

Apple 2022 Product Roadmap

As 2021 is coming to close, we take a look back at what is happening in the computing world in general and Apple in particular. So far, 2021 brings us ups and downs for everything ranging from a contested election, the emergence of a variant of COVID-19 that partially stops the world again to people adjusting to a new normal of working in new ways. Overall, the IT and computing world in general marches on.

Filed in: product roadmap, apple, macbook pro, imac, mac mini, m2, m2 pro, m2 max, m1 quad max,

Macbook Pro Setup Guide: From Noob To Pro-Pro

The new 2021 MacBook Pro is Apple’s return to form and a game changer. Not only is it the most powerful laptop on the market at launch, it retains the same power even when being on batteries, some feat that the competitors could not match at the time. The battery life extension was second to none, and for a lot of people, it was basically a brand new technology. Adding ports back means that the MacBook Pro is as versatile as it should be.

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