Launch week of the new Macs with M1 and HomePod mini processors to end with the arrival of these new computers in the hands of users. This week we have seen a good handful of reviews for Apple equipment and all of them have been parto praise the work done by Apple with these new chips.
In short, the last few weeks have been linked to Apple’s launches and now there are few software news to come and no hardware news (in principle) and we have the month of December to play along with the Christmas holidays. We at I’m from Mac will continue at the foot of the canyon these days, so calm down. Now we go with highlights of the week.
We start with the news that refers to the GPU of the new Macs and is that Tom’s Hardware explains in an interesting article that this GPU that they mount in the M1 outperforms the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and Radeon RX 560.
Another highlight this week is the launch of a glow-in-the-dark headset. These Powerbeats that Apple continues to sell are resistant to sweat and water, thanks to their IPX4 rating, it makes them a great accessory for sports.
We continue with more news and in this case the savings that Apple will achieve with the arrival of the new M1. An analysis by a senior IBM executive suggests that Apple’s switch to M1 chips will save the company about $ 2.5 billion this year.
To end this short summary of the highlights of the week, we want to share with you the teardown of the new HomePod Mini. In this case there are not too many surprises about its interior but it is a compact and really interesting device for thousands of users that have been launched to your purchase.