Dave Hamilton and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the right amount of RAM in a Mac, and Catalina’s place in macOS history.
iFixit has started selling a RAM upgrade kit for the 2018 Mac Mini. It includes 16GB or 32GB of 2,666MHz DDR4 RAM.
Bryan Chaffin is joined by Jim Tanous to talk about his recent testing of T2 video encoding on some new Macs. They also talk about how easy it is or isn’t to upgrade Apple’s newest Mac Mini models. They cap the show with the news that you you should probably be thinking ahead to outfitting your house with some 10Gb ethernet.
If you want 6GB RAM instead of 4 GB in your USB-C iPad Pro you’ll have to spring for the 1 TB model. It’s the only configuration with the extra RAM.
Apple’s 2018 Mac mini has RAM slots users can access, so you can install memory upgrades after you buy your computer.
The iPhone X has 3 GB RAM—the most in any iPhone model—but an iPhone with 4 GB RAM has shown up in Geekbench.
Apple’s iMac Pro has been available for only a few hours and OWC has already cracked one open to see what’s inside. What they found was surprisingly upgradable despite the computer’s sealed body.
We broke down Apple’s perplexing iMac RAM upgrade situation, with added thoughts on the upcoming iMac Pro’s ECC memory.