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  1. 1Password 7.8 for macOS now runs natively on Apple Silicon Macs Since the introduction of the first Macs with the M1 chip in November last year, several macOS apps have already been updated with support for the Apple Silicon platform. Today, the popular password manager 1Password received a new version that runs natively on the new M1 Macs. The M1 is Apple’s first chip built for Macs based on the same ARM architecture that is used in iPhone and iPad chips. Although Macs with the M1 chip are able to run apps developed for Intel machines, these apps need to b
  2. Mac Pro desktop with up to 64-core Apple Silicon expected to destroy bank accounts in 2022 Apple Silicon could be coming to the 2022 Mac Pro. (Image source: Apple - edited) New Mac Pro models are rumored to be coming for 2022 that will seemingly remove the need for Intel Xeon W processors. The pricey desktops will apparently be fitted with chips that offer a mixture of performance cores and efficiency cores, leading to speculation that the future Mac Pro desktop PCs will utilize up to 64-core Apple Silicon. More rumors about Apple Silicon have turned up, c
  3. Intel picks and chooses benchmarks as the threat from Apple Silicon grows The first M1 Macs have been out in the wild for nearly three full months, and the fear is setting in at Intel. The company this week shared a detailed slideshow of benchmark results with Tom’s Hardware (via Six Colors), aiming to show that there are multiple ways in which it still has a leg up on Apple Silicon…depending on how you look at things. One of Intel’s focuses is on what it refers to as “productivity.” The company compares its 11th generation “Tiger Lake” processors against A
  4. Homebrew macOS utility introduces native support for Apple Silicon Popular macOS package management utility Homebrew has officially added support for Apple Silicon in its latest release. The Homebrew team added support for M1 and future Apple Silicon chips in version 3.0.0, which they announced on Friday. According to the release notes, Apple chips are now officially supported for installations in /opt/homebrew. Previously, Homebrew worked on M1, but with some limitations. Now, the package manager is natively supported — though th
  5. Apple plans to release additional MacBook models with Apple Silicon in the second half of 2021, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, as part of the company's two-year transition away from Intel processors across its Mac lineup. In a research note today, obtained by MacRumors, Kuo said that these MacBook models will feature a new design. Kuo did not specify which models these will be, but he previously claimed that redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with Apple Silicon would launch in the late second quarter or third quarter of 2021. Other rumore
  6. There’s a big difference between getting developers to write apps for a mobile platform that sells in huge volumes versus a completely unproven platform with no users. On Tuesday, at its third event in as many months, Apple is expected to announce the first models of Mac computers running on Apple Silicon, the in-house-designed SoC that will enable the transition from Intel to Arm-based architecture. There've been some rumors about the potential form factors of these Brave New Macs -- at least two MacBook models are expected. However, we don't know a great
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