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  • Apple M1 Max Duo and M1 Max Quad Predictions

    As of the end of 2021, and one year on in Apple’s Mac transition to Apple Silicon, we are now only left with 3 final Macs that are still sold new and still running on Intel. By sales volume, most of the Macs are now running on Apple Silicon. Most popular Macs are the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro, while the starter 24” iMac is a solid all-in-one desktop solution.

    Filed in: apple, predictions, m1, m1 max, m1 max duo, m1 max quad, intel, core i9, ryzen, threadripper,

    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.

    Filed in: setup guide, macbook pro,

    Amazon Black Friday 2021 offers

    Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States every fourth Thursday of November and this year it falls on 25th November. It’s a time where the entire population moves around to go back to their hometown and gather around being thankful for the past year and hoping for the best for the next year. Traditionally, there’s a Black Friday event in the morning after which everybody wakes up in the small hours of the day, lining up at big box stores to get the best deals of the year.

    Filed in: deals, black friday, apple, intel, android, buyers guide,

    Google Tensor vs Apple A15 and Others

    Before we start, I would like to share two stories. When Google acquired Android way back in 2005, Google had the foresight that the next era of computing which started with mainframe, then minicomputers, then personal desktop and later desktop would be miniaturized to the smartphone. Google had a product ready only to be stopped by the first iPhone launch in 2007, which proved to be so ground breaking that Google had to go back to the drawing board and redesign Android to be more like iOS.

    Filed in: comparison, apple, a15, google, tensor, soc, mobile,

    Apple M1 Series vs Intel 12th Generation Core i9

    In a market system where there is healthy and equal competition, the consumer in the end would benefit from the innovation that is forced upon the producers to win and maintain market share. In the case of Intel, the company has been in a dominant position for quite some time and in the end, their product line stagnated and competitors caught up with their innovation. First came AMD with their Rayzen and Epyc line of CPUs.

    Filed in: intel, apple, m1, m1 max, comparison, core, i9,

    Apple M1 Series vs Intel 12th Generation Core i9

    In a market system where there is healthy and equal competition, the consumer in the end would benefit from the innovation that is forced upon the producers to win and maintain market share. In the case of Intel, the company has been in a dominant position for quite some time and in the end, their product line stagnated and competitors caught up with their innovation. First came AMD with their Rayzen and Epyc line of CPUs.

    Filed in: intel, apple, m1, m1 max, comparison, core, i9,

    Which Macbook Pro: 14 Inch vs 16 Inch

    Since the 3rd generation of the Intel MacBook Pro in 2006 (before that it was the PowerBook), the smaller 13-inch MacBook Pro was the middle child laptop in Apple’s entire laptop lineup. The MacBook or MacBook Air was aimed at office productivity workers who just needed enough power to write emails, make presentations or occasionally watch some videos, while the larger 15 inch (later 16 inch) have the heavy duty stuff like large memory, discrete powerful graphics, better speaker and mic array.

    Filed in: macbook pro, comparison, 14-inch, 16-inch,