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  1. Performance shootout: Apple’s new 11-inch iPad Pro vs. 2017’s 10.5-inch iPad Pro

    The new 2018 iPad Pro is a marvel of engineering, with a brilliant new design and a chip so powerful…

  2. Apple iPad Pro’s A12X chip has no real rivals; it delivers performance unseen on Android tablets

    Apple iPad Pro’s A12X chip is the stuff of Qualcomm and Intel’s worse nightmares…

  3. Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple A-series Macs coming in 2020 or 2021, Apple Car in 2023-2025

    The shift to ARM in the Mac has been predicted for some time…

  4. Apple’s initial macOS Mojave Marzipan apps are ugly ducklings

    As soon as you use them, you can just know these are not at one with the system…

  5. MacBooks powered by Apple A-series chips are finally going to happen soon

    When it came time to introduce the new iPhone chip last week, Apple gave an ample presentation…

  6. Apple A-series-powered Mac idea boosted as ARM claims its chips can out-perform Intel

    It’s long been rumored that Apple is working on Macs powered by custom-designed ARM CPUs…

  7. Apple said to introduce new ‘inexpensive’ Mac notebooks this year

    Quanta’s shipments are expected to rise above 10 million units in the fourth quarter thanks to orders for Apple’s new inexpensive notebooks…

  8. Engadget reviews Apple’s new MacBook Pro: Exactly what you’ve been waiting for

    With the new MacBook Pro, Apple is just trying to keep pace with the rest of the computing industry…

  9. Did Apple just show its hand on future low-end, A-series-powered MacBooks?

    Yesterday’s announcements about refreshing the high-end MacBook Pro models effectively gave away Apple’s plans…

  10. Marzipan in Mojave: Porting developer iOS apps to macOS

    With macOS Mojave, Apple introduced four apps that were previously only available on iOS…

  11. A new era of Frankensoftware is upon us

    Last week’s announcement that Apple intends to make it easy for developers to create Mac variants of iPhone apps…

  12. iOS  –  macOS: What Apple’s ‘No’ actually means

    Instead of a Swiss Army Knife OS working on Mac, iPads, and iPhones, Apple just previewed a bridge…

  13. Craig Federighi doesn’t see a touchscreen Mac in the future

    After taking on hosting duties for most of Monday’s WWDC keynote, Apple SVP of Software Engineering…

  14. What will Apple’s Mac be like in 2020?

    It was as absolute an answer as you could possibly get…

  15. Apple’s Craig Federighi details how iOS apps will run on Macs

    While Apple still plans to ship two distinct operating systems—one for mobile, one for desktop — the company has been working on…

  16. Why Apple is winning the silicon race

    Apple has long attracted some of the biggest, brightest silicon talent in the industry…

  17. Apple poaches Intel employees for secret Oregon engineering lab

    Apple has been raiding Intel and other Oregon tech employers for a variety of roles…

  18. How Apple might approach an ARM-based Mac

    Recent reports suggest that Apple may be working on a hybrid Mac…

  19. Pegatron said to assemble Apple’s upcoming ‘ARM-based MacBook’ codenamed ‘Star’

    Pegatron is likely to land orders from Apple to produce an ARM-based MacBook model…

  20. How Apple dethroned Intel as the world’s most innovative chipmaker

    Back in 2013, Apple introduced the A7 system on a chip (SoC) as part of its then-flagship smartphone…

  21. Apple CEO Cook: Users don’t want iOS to merge with the Mac

    Apple chief executive Tim Cook believes mobile devices and desktop computers should remain in separate worlds…

  22. Apple unlikely to replace Intel across the entirety of Macintosh product line

    Apple intends to design its own processors for future versions of its Mac personal computers…

  23. Why the next Mac processor transition won’t be like the last two

    If Apple begins a chip transition for the Mac in 2020, it’ll be 14 years since the previous transition…

  24. The impact of Apple dumping Intel in Macs

    The financial impact of Apple’s potential move to dump Intel…

  25. Apple is moving on from Intel because Intel isn’t moving anywhere

    The two California companies have enjoyed a long and fruitful partnership ever since Apple made the switch to Intel CPUs…

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