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  • Google Search vs ChatGPT - Why ChatGPT sends Google the chills

    In early 2023, OpenAI updated one of their project, ChatGPT, one of their many AI projects that specifically generates text that respond to a human prompt. From there, ChatGPT capture the public imagination. With a single question, ChatGPT can make a sonnet, scripts for a YouTube video or a blockbuster movie, and even write complete codes to make useful programs. Such is the response, the story goes, that the klaxon alarms in Google headquarters started to ring and the management team has gone into defensive mode.

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    Which MacBook Pro: 14 Inch vs 16 Inch (for 2023 MacBook Pro)

    For the M1 Pro / M1 Max version of the MacBook Pro, read here Apple updated the MacBook Pro in early 2023 with the introduction of the new generation of “professional” Apple Silicon: the M2 Pro and M2 Max. Based on our research, the new generation of Apple Silicon basically is a chip that gill up all the gaps that the first generation missed. Aside from the lower barrier of $1,999, the difference between the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro is just $200 if you match the specs for both sizes.

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    Mac Mini M2 Pro vs Mac Studio M1 Max

    When reviewing the Mac Mini, MKBHD, a top Youtube tech review went on record that the Mac Min M2 Pro is faster in both single and multicore performance than the $5,999 Mac Pro. What a time to be alive to how fast things change in tech. Screen grab from MKBHD where the CPU performance of the M2 Pro outpaces a base Mac Pro. While the M2 Pro Mac Mini starts at $1,299, you can easily spec the unit to match the $1,999 price of a base Mac Studio featuring a M1 Max.

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    Laptop chip shootout: M2 Pro / M2 Max vs Intel 13th generation Core i9

    January 2023 was an exciting month for the tech community in general. Intel launched their new 13th generation Core processor, which is expected. And unexpectedly Apple dropped their next generation professional mobile Apple Silicon, the M2 Pro, and M2 Max. Granted, based on analysis, the M2 Pro and M2 Max were scheduled to be released in late 2022, but for various reasons, Apple delayed such a move. Now, we are at the start of 2023, we have in our hands a brand new generation of mobile chips.

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    Apple M2 vs Intel Core i9 13th Gen

    For the article on Apple M2 Pro / M2 Max against the latest Intel i9-13980HX, read here. When Apple released the first Apple Silicon, the M1, way back in 2020, it caught Intel by surprise. Something that was meant to be entry level, and require no more power than a night light has beaten their top of the line laptop processor by a huge margin. Since then, Intel has gone back to work and pulled out all of the stops to ensure performance superiority, at all costs.

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    The Playstation Ecosystem Explained

    For many, the Playstation console most fondly known as PS5 in the latest iteration is a device that people come, sit in front of the screen and spend their hours away. For Sony though, it is a platform that is used by over a hundred million users and generates tens of billions of dollars. It changed the game for Sony from being known for their TVs and Walkman to the gaming company that everyone wants to beat.

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    Apple Silicon M2 Roadmap

    Instead of the years, I prefer to count the number of generations of the Apple Silicon and with the introduction of the M2, it is now the second generation of Apple Silicon that Apple currently makes. Of course, the big question is what will Apple make next. This article aims to answer the questions that matter: When will the M2 Pro/Max/Ultra arrive? What kind of features do we expect to see?

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    Apple in 2023

    This tracks Apple’s major movement and announcements in 2023. To view Apple’s movements in 2022, click here. October Apple has admitted that certain apps and software is causing iPhone 15 Pro to overheat as they are working on a fix - Apple September As a follow-up on Apple’s September Event:- Demand for the new iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro has been high. It is reported that shipping dates in the USA extending into November.

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    Dude, Where's My Mac Pro?

    When Apple announced that they are moving away from Intel to their own solution called Apple Silicon, they promised that the transition will take them around 2 years. The first Apple Silicon hit the streets in December 2020 with the introduction of the M1 on the Mac Mini, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. As we are closing December (and 2022), Apple managed to update all their Macs to Apple Silicon save for two: the Mac Pro and the space gray Mac Mini.

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    Apple 2023 Product RoadMap

    Apple 2023 Product Roadmap As 2022 comes to a close, let’s turn the page and look forward to 2023. Although the economic outlook for 2023 doesn’t look good right now, life goes on and work still needs to be done. Although there’s a round of layoff in the tech sector, which to a degree affects companies like Apple, this doesn’t mean that Apple is going to slow down in their product announcements: products need to be updated, research is still being done on the next big thing and and in general, updates are coming.

    Filed in: product roadmap, roadmap, 2023, iphone, ipad, mac, apple watch, macs, display, ios,