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Apple is building its own processors

During this years wwdc2020, Apple announced it’s own silicon for future Mac computers. This is HUGE. After the switch from 68xxx to PowerPC and to Intel, this is the fourth change of HW Platform for the company. Mainly, it means a huge message to Intel, who has been providing CPUs for the popular Mac Computers.

via: wwdc 2020 | TechCrunch

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Business & MBA

Apple to transition to ARM

The rumours ain’t new, but appear to become more tangible. This time Ars Technica reports an announcement could happen as early as this years WWDC.

The report bases on Mark Gurman, an Bloomberg News reporter focusing on Apple News. He initially published an article in Bloomberg News on the topic and tweeted:

Not only cost structure and ownership of IP is a significant driver for Apple’s motivation to transition. Most likely, the move will also mean good/bad news for customers and Intel:

Report claims internal Apple testing has seen “sizable improvements” over Intel.

From the article

Source: Ars Technica

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Internet & Cloud

Twitter comes back to the Mac

The new Twitter app will be created using Apple’s Project Catalyst, that lets developers port apps from iOS to the recently announced macOS Version “Catalina”.

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Apple’s 2019 WWDC announcements

Good & Quick summary of everything announced at this years WWDC edition. A little bit of everything for everyone.

Apple kicked off its annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose this morning with a two-and-a-half hour keynote, showing off everything the company has been working on for the past many months. Want to know everything they announced, but don’t have time to watch the whole thing yourself? We’ve wrapped it all up for you […]

Source: TechCrunch

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#WWDC – OSX 10.11 'El Capitan'

Will Oremus hass a few suggestions to name future versions of OS X.