Apple is reportedly developing a new iMac desktop
According to Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, the new iMac will come in the same 24-inch screen size and colors as the current model. However, it will be more powerful and feature a new M-series chip to replace the M1.
The iMac will also see some internal component redesigns, and the manufacturing pr... Read more
Linux kernel 6.2 supports Apple M1 and M2 processors
Linux kernel 6.2 supports Apple's Arm-based M1 and M2 processors by default. Intel Arc GPUs, Intel Skylake processors and Nvidia RTX 30 Series GPUs are also now better supported.
The new version of the Linux kernel was released on time and only with a few minor fixes, according to Linux guru Lin... Read more
Apple could release the 14- and 16-inch M2 MacBook Pros this fall
Apple analyst Mark Gurman expects Apple to upgrade the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros as early as this fall. The latest models were released less than a year ago.
Apple is already working on M2 versions of the 14- and 16-inch devices, said Apple analyst Mark Gurman in response to a reader que... Read more
Apple launches new M2 MacBook Air on July 8
Apple will start accepting orders for its updated 13.6-inch MacBook Air on Friday, July 8. A week later, on July 15, the laptop reaches customers' homes and offices.
Apple shared the dates in a blog post. The device will become the second Mac to feature Apple's second-generation M2 system-on-a-... Read more
Apple will reportedly launch updated MacBooks with the new M2 chip
Apple is presumably working on two new MacBooks using the M2 processor, which might be released as soon as this year.
The company's product development plans were revealed on Thursday by 9to5Mac, which cited people with knowledge of the situation.
Apple's latest MacBooks are powered by the M1... Read more