Apple threw shade at its competition during its spring event. Now reviews for the Mac Studio say the M1 Ultra underperforms.
Intel has plans for an M1-killer CPU, beating Apple Silicon in both performance and efficiency, but it’s liable to come too late.
Edison Mail for Mac now has M1 support, the company behind the popular independent app announced in a blog post.
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Benchmarks are out for Intel’s Alder Lake Core i9 chip. The raw numbers look like a win for PC users, even when compared with Apple’s M1 Max. However, as Macworld pointed out, there is a bit more to consider when making comparisons.
Geekbench 5’s OpenCL graphics benchmark results look dramatic. The PC laptops PCWorld tested have expensive discrete GPUs that offer peak performance, and it shows in the results. But a more applicable comparison is to examine the results for the integrated GPUs. In this case, the M1 Max and its 32-core GPU posts a 183 percent increase over the Alder Lake’s integrated GPU, an Iris Xe.
Dropbox has finally released a beta that contains native support for the M1 chip, after a long delay in making such a move.
A key figure in the development of Apple Silicon, Jeff Wilcox, has left Cupertino and is returning to his previous employer, Intel.
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One Senior Software Engineering Manager shared a picture of an M1 t-shirt commemorating the transition from Intel.