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.
Back in the early days of the internet, your personal computer or Mac was the only thing that was connected to the internet. Things were simple, you have a modem (internal or external), connected to your phone line, dial up the ISP server and you are on. Then comes cable which means your computer is connected to the internet 24/7. Then the cable company gives you a router because there’s multiple computers in a single household.