Yesterday, I prepared my M1-based Mac Mini for return to Apple and was reminded of how terrible this process is on Apple’s desktop platform.
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I always keep at least one modern Mac on hand for testing purposes. But it’s clear that the M1-based Mac Mini should not be that Mac.
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Apple’s trade-in partner took its sweet time handing over a gift card for my MacBook Air, but with that done, a new M1-based Mac Mini is on the way. Or will be, eventually.
Following in the footsteps of earlier releases of Photoshop and Lightroom, Adobe Premier Pro is now available in beta on the M1-based Macs.
Microsoft revealed last night that owners of M1-based Macs can now test a native version of Microsoft Edge in preview.
Mozilla has released the latest version of its flagship Firefox web browser, which, among other things, adds support for M1-based Macs.
Microsoft announced today that it has released new versions of many Microsoft 365 for Mac apps that run natively on new M1-based Macs.
Adobe announced today that it has released Lightroom as a native app on M1-based Macs and Windows 10 on ARM (WOA).
A report citing multiple sources says that Apple’s next-generation M-series Mac chips are due in 2021 and could outperform Intel’s fastest microprocessors.
Three years ago, I opined that if Windows 10 on ARM worked properly, it would be boring. Well, it still doesn’t work properly.
Adobe this morning announced beta versions of its flagship Photoshop application that run on Windows 10 on ARM and Apple Silicon-based Macs.
Arriving a few months later than originally expected, the latest version of macOS is finally available with a fresh new look and feel.
Microsoft has issued a somewhat confusing statement about how and when those with Apple Silicon-based Macs will be able to run its Office productivity suite.
Anyone who was hoping for some clarity regarding the true performance and compatibility of Apple Silicon-based Macs has to keep waiting.
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Apple introduces the third Mac device powered by its new M1 processor: say hello to the new 13-inch MacBook Pro, which offers 2.8x performance gain over the last generation.
Apple's new MacBook Air is the first Mac device to be powered by its own silicon, the brand new M1 processor. It features a fanless design, offers 5x graphics performance, and is apparently 3x faster than the best-selling Windows laptop in its class.
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Apple is holding a special event for its new ARM-based Macs, and it’s doing it on the same day that Microsoft is releasing Xbox Series X|S.
Thanks to the pandemic’s work- and learn-from-home requirements, PC sales rose 8.43 percent in the third quarter to 73.1 million units.
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Epic revealed today that Apple is terminating its developer accounts and cutting off the firm from its iOS and Mac developer tools.