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Nvidia has announced an update to GeForce Now that provides native support for M1 Macs. The update is rolling out now.
As global PC shipments declined by 4.3%, Mac shipments increased by 8% in 1Q22, perhaps thanks to Apple’s M1 Macs.
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Recent testing shows a serious problem with Apple’s M1 Mac lineup. The M1 Mac Thunderbolt ports significantly underperform in data speeds.
In a rare media interview, Apple’s Johny Srouji discusses developing new Apple silicon chips for the tech giant. Srouji also discusses managing a team during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Asahi announces that the alpha build of their OS is available for download. This brings the opportunity of dual booting for many M1 Macs.
Apple threw shade at its competition during its spring event. Now reviews for the Mac Studio say the M1 Ultra underperforms.
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Intel has plans for an M1-killer CPU, beating Apple Silicon in both performance and efficiency, but it’s liable to come too late.