Making sense of the Apple M1

Source: AnandTech It’s hard wrapping my head around what the M1 means for the Mac. There’s not much to compare it to and it’s still unclear how much RAM you’ll need on a machine. AnandTech have done a good job here by looking at the A14 and speculating.

The most exciting things from the new Apple M1 is bringing it closer to the iPad

I watched the Apple keynote yesterday where we found out what Apple has planned for bringing it’s own chips to the Mac line. M1 is the name and it’s pretty impressive but for me (as an iPad first user) the most exciting bits were how it’s coming closer to the iPad in a key areas.Continue reading “The most exciting things from the new Apple M1 is bringing it closer to the iPad”

Apple launches Apple One but its storage offering is still a bad value

Source: MacRumours If you’re all in with Apple services it may save you money but the storage tiers are still very stingy. 2TB is only available on the top plan and doesn’t offer good value in my opinion. 50GB on the entry plan is worthless. For me I’ll pay £6.99 for just 2TB given IContinue reading “Apple launches Apple One but its storage offering is still a bad value”

The iPhone 12 isn’t that interesting, but the audio products might be

I’ve been disconnected a bit this week and amazingly (for me) I didn’t even know about the iPhone keynote on 13th October until last night. For me, especially right now the iPhone 12 isn’t that interesting, I’m way more interested in what Apple has up its sleeve for audio. iPhone (and smartphone) have peaked inContinue reading “The iPhone 12 isn’t that interesting, but the audio products might be”

Don’t buy an iPhone 12, just get your battery replaced instead

I’m doing my best to both look after my finances and be a bit kinder to the environment so with the impending iPhone 12 it’s time to remember that your current phone is most probably fine. Unless you’re on the iPhone upgrade program then you can most likely sit this one out. The rumours areContinue reading “Don’t buy an iPhone 12, just get your battery replaced instead”

Apple adds fuel to its anticompetitive behaviour (and looks to be going big on audio)

Link With Apple removing third party products it’s added fuel to the fire of it’s anticompetitive behaviour but also shows that we can expect some over the ear headphones and maybe a HomePod update soon. Personally I think over the ear would be good but the HomePod isn’t a competitive product. I really like mineContinue reading “Apple adds fuel to its anticompetitive behaviour (and looks to be going big on audio)”