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Apple Silicon-optimized version of Photoshop ships with significant speed improvements After three months of testing in beta, Adobe Photoshop has just gotten its final update, v22.3, to bring native support for Macs with M1 chips, delivering 50% faster performance than running on the Intel chips. Adobe’s internal tests covered the app’s basic and staple features — such as opening and saving files, running filters, and compute-heavy operations like Content-Aware Fill and Select Subject. With the March 2021 update, they are “all feel noticeably faster” on the new chip versus the Intel version, Adobe describes in a blog. Though the benefits of this transition are big, just keep in mind that … Continue reading
Apple switching from Intel to its own custom chips for Macs over a two-year transition period At WWDC 2020, Apple has announced it will transition its Mac computers to its own custom-designed chips, moving away from Intel chips, and every Mac across its desktop and laptop product lines, including Mac Pro, is running on “Apple silicon” over the next two years. The company plans to ship its first Mac with Apple silicon, perhaps MacBooks or iMac, by the end of 2020. Macs with Apple Silicon will run on the same A-series processors which have been used in iPhones and iPads for more than 10 years, bringing the ability for macOS … Continue reading
Next-Gen iPads coming with new design Apple is set to hold the “There’s more in the making” media event on Tuesday, October 30th in New York City. The company has sent out invitations to several media. Apple is expected to unveil new iPad Pros, Apple Pencil and AirPods. It’s also possible that the Cupertino company will launch low-priced MacBooks which are successor to the MacBook Airs, as well as new iMacs, Mac Minis and potentially HomePods. New iPad Pro models are rumored to have a USB-C port, a TrueDepth camera for Face ID, faster chipset and slim bezels with no Home button.