Apple revealed it would help developers producing macOS software that will run on Apple's silicon by providing them with a Developer Transition Kit, a customized version of the Mac mini running on new hardware. We look at how it stacks up against the currently-offered Mac mini.
Apple announces its transition to "Apple Silicon" for Mac, plus coverage and details of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS 11 Big Sur, watchOS 7, tvOS and much more in today's special episode of the AppleInsider podcast.
As part of Apple's move from Intel to ARM for macOS and Macs, developers will be able to apply for a Developer Transition Kit, which will be the first Mac Apple produces using its self-designed silicon.
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, the debate about App Store pricing and policies has fired up again, a new iMac icon found in an unreleased version of iOS 14, and our hosts list their feature wishlist for the next version of iPadOS.
A future version of the "Apple Glass" smart glasses peripheral could compensate for less than perfect vision with automatically adjusting lenses for users that need prescription glasses or contact lenses.
Regulators in the United States are encouraging Apple and other self-driving vehicle system creators to collect and share data on tests of their autonomous driving platforms, to help promote it development and earn the public's trust over the use of the technology.
Apple may be transitioning to ARM processors in the Mac soon, but the company has been closely connected to ARM in multiple ways for thirty years — and those connections contributed to why Apple survived the dark days in its history.
Apple could use piezoelectric ink to give users another input surface or offer haptic feedback in bands for the Apple Watch in the future, without needing to include additional vibration-producing hardware.