While the same M1 chip is coming out in the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini, the design of the mini gives us some forensic clues about how the M1 chip might be designed.
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David Gewirtz is our own lord of the rings. In this article, he shares how his Apple Watch has provided the motivation to get him exercising every day, and how it might do the same for you.
Is the new pulse oximetry health sensor on the Series 6 Apple Watch worth the spend? We look at a very inexpensive alternative, as well as some reasons it might be worth forking over your hard-earned cash for a new Watch upgrade.
The number of iPhones Apple now sells is actually below 2014 numbers. So, why is the company making more money than King Midas? We look for answers in some lovely charts.
We showcase an incredibly cool piece of software that's useful to a select few. But even if it's not tangibly useful to you, it's free and well worth installing, just because.
It's a conundrum that dates back to the earliest days of computers. Do you buy the computer that's available today, or hold out for the promised wonderment of the future?
The one where our intrepid tech columnist gives up his beloved Chrome to see if there's a better way.
Now that Apple is moving away from Intel Macs, what are we to do with all that hardware? One idea is to repurpose it for Linux or Windows.
It seems like an obvious question since new machines will have to be purchased. But the prevailing Facebook opinion is that it all depends on your apps. We take a deep dive. Come on in. The water's fine.