Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) Making Low-End Macs using M1 Silicon Chips and Announces Progress with EV Project

Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) original Retina MacBook Port’s glory day has vanished, but there have been computers with many compromises and few ports in recent years.

Apple is making upgrades to the MacBook Pro laptop with M1 chips

Although the company’s first wave M1-powered computers have been good, they have been low-powered. The M1 MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac, and MacBook Air are some of the company’s cheapest computers. However, this could change due to the announcement of high-end MacBook Pro Models, the largest laptop update in years.

It seems that the company has listened to Pros, who ridiculed the tiny strip of touchscreen the company had on the keyboard, the lack of RAM, choice of GPU not matching windows competition, and missing ports.  Apple is giving the pros all they wanted with the announcement of a ticker and heavier MacBook with ports including an SD card slot, HDMI, and a MagSafe charging cable. In addition, the new MacBook Pro will have in-house processors that will be replacing Intel chips that have been powering the high-end laptops.

The iPhone maker has also announced third-generation AirPods with a new charging case similar that works with the MagSafe magnetic charging system. In addition, the company is including a new case to the $259 AirPods Pro model.  The new case allows the AirPods to charge faster.

Apple to avail Universal Control this fall

Apple’s upcoming feature, Universal Control, which allows users to control several devices using the same keyboard and mouse, will not be launching simultaneously with macOS Monterey.  The company indicated that it would avail of the OS upgrade on October 25, 2021, but Universal Control will be available this fall.

Foxconn Technology Group, Apple’s electric vehicles partner, has launched its first electric cars, which is a massive milestone that will boost its manufacturing credential as a serious Apple bidder for the company’s automotive project.

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Published by Duncan Oleinic

Duncan Oleinic is from New Yourk. After graduating with a degree in physics, he began his career as an analyst in a broking firm. Through this experience he was able to advance to the role of correspondent for a U.S based financial news provider, where he worked from 2001 to 2007. He subsequently joined a merchant banking firm as a financial analyst focused on valuing unlisted companies in the sub-continent. Over the course of his two years here, he performed valuations of several media companies which were later acquired by peers.

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