The figures for the three-month period from January to March 2021 are available. As expected, Apple can score with strong growth across all business units. We break down the most important quarterly figures in this report.
The first Apple event of the year 2021 is over and Cupertino showed a lot new products. In this article, we discuss what to make of the iMac 24", the iPad Pro, the Apple TV 4K and the other announcements - and what the mtech.news editorial team thinks of this evening's event.
As expected, Apple presented a new generation of the iPad Pro at the event, which, among other things, scores with even more performance and can outperform most normal computers. But there are other improvements that have to be mentioned.
When many had already given up hope for Apple innovations before the WWDC in June, Apple finally confirmed the spring event. It will be on April 20 at 10 p.m. Pacific time - and in this article we summarize which topics you should be prepared for.
According to all reports so far, the 2021 iPhones are rather evolution than revolution. In 2022 however, Apple wants to take another big step - and once again ignite a new photography/video era. Face ID will also see some changes, but the mini will get on the chopping block.
The first major event of the Apple year has just been confirmed. We can look forward to exciting announcements - like more M1 Macs, among other things. A new generation of the iPad Pro is pretty much certain, and there should also be something happening in the accessories sector.
A customer of The United States-based company, Target, recently made an interesting discovery whilst perusing the store: Packaging for an iPad case pointing to a future iPad Pro – which could arrive this April.
In this report, we'll give a timeline for the release of the remaining M1 Macs. So far, the iMac, MacBook Pro 16", and Mac Pro have yet to receive Apple's new M1 chip. One thing's for sure, this year is going to be quite exciting.
A rough look at Apple's chip manufacturing partner, TSMC, is able to reveal a great deal concerning the future of Apple's chips. A report lays out the next 3 years, with direct outcomes for Apple's product policy.
The new MacBook Pro 16" with Apple's in-house M1 chip could be met with even more applause than expected – several reports state that Apple plans to walk back on controversial design decisions made with previous models in recent years.
Although there aren't any official numbers yet, a market researcher has calculated the market share of Apple's new M1 notebooks with a prognosis for the current year – and it doesn't bode well for Intel or Windows.
Apple has been working for quite a while now on developing and utilizing as many in-house components as possible for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The most prominent example is the new processor for Mac desktops and notebooks known as “Apple Silicon.” Now the effort to produce as many in-house components as possible is also being directed towards the iPhone.
Reuters has now added to the talk of an “Apple car,” pointing to rumors from Apple’s development section as proof. Should the rumors hold true, then we can prepare ourselves for the “next level” of battery technology as Apple readies their new product to impress us just as much as they once did with the first iPhone.