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  • Mac Studios Setup Guide

    With much fanfare, Apple unveiled a new Mac at Apple’s March “Peek Performance” event: the all-new Mac Studio. As everyone would know, the potential specs are quite impressive: a brand new Apple Silicon called M1 Ultra which essentially stitches two M1 Max and act as a single die with double of everything, up to 128 GB memory support, 8 TB storage, 10 Gigabit ethernet as standard, up to 6 Thunderbolt 4 ports which means each port has a bandwidth of 40 gigabit per second, and a HDMI 2.

    Filed in: setup guide, guide, mac studio,

    M1 Ultra vs Nvidia RTX 3090

    In Apple’s March “Peek Performance” Event, Apple revealed to the world their latest and greatest Apple Silicon to date: the M1 Ultra in, for the first time in over a decade, a brand new Mac, the Mac Studio. During the presentations, Apple made many bold claims such as astounding 800 MB/s memory bandwidth and performance that may beat top of the line cards like the Nvidia’s GTX 3090. As Arthur C.

    Filed in: nvidia, m1 ultra, m1, comparison, graphic cards, rtx 3090, 3090,

    M1 Ultra: Everything we know and the NeXTSTEP for Apple

    The March surprise Apple bought in their March “Peek Performance” event is the introduction of M1 Ultra and the Mac Studio that goes along with it. It is a surprise because one would expect such a chip and machine to be presented during the developer’s conference in June and many were expecting a new M2 SOC to be presented. It is, however, a pleasant surprise since Apple is releasing their most powerful SOC to date.

    Filed in: m1 ultra, mac studio, comparison, intel i9-12900k,

    Apple March 2022 Event Recap

    The neon lights start flashing in a dazzle of colors, the background hipster music blares giving an upbeat mood. More dazzle of neon colors goes around and the camera zooms out to reveal the Apple logo and a figure appears dress in bright blue with a yellow Apple Watch band. That person is the CEO, Tim Cook, and he as always, begins with his signature move: “Good Morning !!”. “Peek Performance” show has started and it is the first Apple event of the year.

    Filed in: event, march 2022 event, apple, mac studio, ipad, iphone 13, iphone, studio display, m1 ultra, m1 max, a13 bionic,

    Apple M1 vs Intel i9-12900K: Comparison between M1 Family (base to Ultra) against Intel's best

    In the spring Apple Event in March 2022, Apple lifted the shroud and unveiled the M1 Ultra and together with it a brand new Mac: the Mac Studio. Maybe it is too early to tell at this point, but the unveiling is not only changing Apple Mac and future product lineup, but potentially changing the entire personal computing game in a very significant way. So we now know that M1 Ultra is the most powerful Apple Silicon yet from Apple, but is it enough to challenge the major players like Intel and AMD on the CPU front as well as Nvidia on the discrete graphics front?

    Filed in: m1 max, xeon, m1 pro, m1 ultra, apple, intel, comparison, i9 12th gen, i9-12900k,

    Apple M1 vs Intel i9-12900K: Comparison between M1 Family (base to Ultra) against Intel's best

    In the spring Apple Event in March 2022, Apple lifted the shroud and unveiled the M1 Ultra and together with it a brand new Mac: the Mac Studio. Maybe it is too early to tell at this point, but the unveiling is not only changing Apple Mac and future product lineup, but potentially changing the entire personal computing game in a very significant way. So we now know that M1 Ultra is the most powerful Apple Silicon yet from Apple, but is it enough to challenge the major players like Intel and AMD on the CPU front as well as Nvidia on the discrete graphics front?

    Filed in: m1 max, xeon, m1 pro, m1 ultra, apple, intel, comparison, i9 12th gen, i9-12900k,

    iMessage Alternatives

    Humans are social animals. We gather around the campfire and swap stories of the day. Then, when we created civilization and we started to spread out the earth, we sent messages across long distances using sheets of paper. Then we send them using wires and the wires later are replaced with radio waves. And the content has changed, from sending fine crafted messages to snippets and now videos and intelligent signals.

    Filed in: alternatives, whatsapp, telegram, line, wechat, messaging app, macos,

    Apple March 2022 Event Preview

    It starts with the picture of the sky, or a scene of the apple orchard in Apple Park. With impressive technical special effects wizardry, we are transported into the Steve Jobs theater where the hall is dimmed and the stage is lighted up. Tim Cook comes to the stage with rigor, shouts “Good Morning!”. And the show officially starts. Apple would hold an event every season to showcase their latest and greatest product or service.

    Filed in: apple event, event preview, preview, m2, macbook air, mac mini, macbook pro, m1 max, m1 pro,

    Google Ecosystem Explained

    For the past few years, Alphabet (Google’s parent company) has been quietly building up the Android and ChromeOS software to have some ecosystem features. Google saw what Apple did and found out that the Ecosystem ™ is a very effective tool to keep users locked in with all the conveniences that the ecosystem provides. We explored what Google bought into their ecosystem play and do they match up against the king of ecosystem: the Apple Ecosystem.

    Filed in: apple, google, ecosystem, comparison,

    Samsung Galaxy S22 vs Apple iPhone 13

    On February 2022, Samsung has unveiled their latest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy series S22. Just like last year, they come in three guise: the regular S22, the S22+ and the high end S22 Ultra. And just like last year, they bought in new chips and features that aim to compete with Apple and other android phones to be the best smartphone on the market. Let’s see how they fare against their ultimate opponent: the iPhone 13 series.

    Filed in: samsung, apple, galaxy s22, iphone 13, a15 bionic, a15, snapdragon 8 gen 1, sd8g1, smartphones, comparison,