PSAs, Current Mac Lineup – TMO Daily Observations 2019-07-10


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John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont for a few PSAs, then a discussion of the current state of Apple’s computer lineup.

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PSAs, Current Mac Lineup

2:17 PM Jul. 10th, 2019 | 00:27:19

John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont for a few PSAs, then a discussion of the current state of Apple’s computer lineup.

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  1. McD

    Too much anger about trivial “emperor’s new clothes” hardware updates. The iMac Pro could use a Vega 20 refresh (Vega Pro II?) but a better update would be a T3 with 10-bit H.265 encode and hardware acceleration for macOS RAW Image import/HEIC export.
    Updates for updates sake? Get a PC.

  2. Macsee

    Apple should release more headless Macs, including low, middle and high products, from Mac mini to Mac Pro, and also a new mini tower. CPU may last seven years (then you cannot install new macOS releases but displays last more than 20 years. Fight programmed obsolescence, protect the environment and fight climate change and global warming.

    • McD

      You’re right; outsides last longer than the insides. But not just another PC. How about M.3 card slots in the back of a new iMac-looking Pro Display. Apple Neural & Graphics cards (own GPU or semi-custom AMD) maybe one day a 16/32-core Arm CPU card too. The new fully expandable iMac/iMac Pro.

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