The new iPhone 12’s have been out for a while now, and while we’ve had our hands on them for a few weeks, Apple’s news bombardment of the new Apple Silicon announcement and release of new Apple M1 Mac devices has meant the iPhones have had to be put on the back burner for a little while. Having already covered Apple’s new A14 architecture in-depth in our coverage of the M1, it’s time to fill in the missing pieces for the actual new generation of iPhones. The new iPhone 12 generation of devices mark a new design restart for Apple, moving away from the design that had been started with the iPhone X in late 2017. Re-gaining the flat side-frame look that was originally found in...
Apple Announces The Apple Silicon M1: Ditching x86 - What to Expect, Based on A14
Today, Apple has unveiled their brand-new MacBook line-up. This isn’t an ordinary release – if anything, the move that Apple is making today is something that hasn’t happened in...644 by Andrei Frumusanu on 11/10/2020
The Apple 2020 Fall iPhone Event Live Blog 10am PT (17:00 UTC)
Today Apple is holding its second fall 2020 launch event - only a few weeks after the traditional September launch which saw the unveiling of the a new Apple...57 by Andrei Frumusanu on 10/13/2020
Apple Announces 5nm A14 SoC - Meagre Upgrades, Or Just Less Power Hungry?
Amongst the new iPad and Watch devices released today, Apple made news in releasing the new A14 SoC chip. Apple’s newest generation silicon design is noteworthy in that is...127 by Andrei Frumusanu on 9/15/2020