Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro & the ARM Mac on the AppleInsider Podcast
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William talk about the 16-inch MacBook Pro rumors, just how effective Facebook's $5 billion fine from the FTC will be, and the pending antitrust investigation into big tech companies.
- The rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro is said to cost as much as $3,000 USD. Are you budgeting for one or is that just not practical for even pro users?
- Victor enthuses instead about the discontinued 12-inch Macbook, and how frustrating it is that it's gone
- How to use the Hazel app to help you manage on a Mac with just 128GB of storage
- Facebook was fined $5bn by the FTC, but as large a sum as that sounds, is it enough to make Facebook change its ways?
- The US Department of Justice is investigating Facebook, Apple, Amazon, and Google for antitrust violations. We won't know the extent of the investigation for some time, but Victor notes how no one escapes government investigations unscathed.
- US Attorney General William Barr is beating the drum for backdoors into encryption again. Victor thinks this was dumb before, and is dumb now.
- Apple looks to be in a good position to move away from Intel and into using ARM processors for its Macs, but is this the right time for the company to make that jump?
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Listen to the embedded SoundCloud feed below:
- Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro coming in October for over $3000, claims report
- Apple quietly pulls 12-inch MacBook from sale
- Facebook fined $5B by FTC over Cambridge Analytica scandal charges
- DOJ announces massive antitrust review examining Apple, Google & others
- US Attorney General Barr doubles down on encryption backdoors call
- Why Apple's Macs can now ditch Intel x86 and shift to ARM
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