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Apple Says Ball In Microsoft’s Court For M1 Compatible Version Of Windows

Apple Says Ball In Microsoft’s Court For M1 Compatible Version Of Windows

Right now, Apple’s M1 Mac computers do not support Windows, which means that virtualization software like Parallels or dual booting tools like Boot Camp will not let Mac users run Windows. However, it seems that Apple isn’t completely closed to the idea of an M1 native version of Windows to make its way onto their …

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Blizzard Updates World Of Warcraft With Apple’s M1 Chipset Support

Blizzard Updates World Of Warcraft With Apple’s M1 Chipset Support

While Macs aren’t exactly known for gaming, some developers do choose to create Mac versions of their games in addition to Windows. Blizzard is one those developers where the company has been known to create Mac versions of their games alongside Windows, and not just as an afterthought. Advertising However, with Apple shifting to M1 …

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Adobe Photoshop Beta Released For Apple’s New M1 Macs

Adobe Photoshop Beta Released For Apple’s New M1 Macs

The reviews of Apple’s M1 computers are in and for the most part, they are extremely positive where many are praising the performance of these computers. However, one common thread that all these reviews have is that for now, there aren’t many apps that have been optimized for the new M1 chipset. Advertising Adobe was …

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Another Patent Suggests That Face ID Could Come To Macs

Another Patent Suggests That Face ID Could Come To Macs

Ever since Face ID was introduced to the iPhone, many have been wondering if the day could come that Apple might bring it to the Mac. After all, they did bring Touch ID to MacBook laptops, so why not Face ID, right? Now that the M1 MacBook laptops have been released, it seems that we …

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Apple’s M1 MacBook Air Beats The 16-inch MacBook Pro In Benchmarks

Apple’s M1 MacBook Air Beats The 16-inch MacBook Pro In Benchmarks

Apple made some pretty bold claims when they announced their new M1-powered MacBook laptops. These claims were rather vague and left many wondering what Apple meant when they said that it outperforms other computers. While we’re eagerly anticipating the reviews of these laptops, it appears that benchmarks could have validated some of Apple’s claims. Advertising …

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Apple Trolls PC Owners By Bringing Back ‘PC Guy’

Apple Trolls PC Owners By Bringing Back ‘PC Guy’

Over a decade ago, Apple ran a marketing campaign for its Mac computers in a PC versus Mac series of ads. It starred Justin Long who was “Mac”, and John Hodgman who was known as the “PC Guy”. The series of ads basically featured conversations between Mac and PC Guy where it tried to tout …

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Apple’s New M1 MacBooks Will Not Support eGPUs

Apple’s New M1 MacBooks Will Not Support eGPUs

With the new M1 chipsets in Apple’s new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, Apple claims that they will be using an 8-core GPU in them that apparently will give them a 5x boost in performance compared to their Intel-based predecessors, but how well they will actually perform in the real world remains to be seen. …

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Adobe Will Bring Lightroom, Photoshop To Apple’s New M1 Computers

Adobe Will Bring Lightroom, Photoshop To Apple’s New M1 Computers

One of the chief concerns about Apple launching its new M1 chipset for its Mac computers isn’t so much about power. So far benchmarks have shown that it is more than capable of holding its own against Intel processors, so instead the concerns are more about whether or not developers will bother to develop apps …

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