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    27 January
    Apple

    Pro Mode in Apple’s new macOS 10.15.3 beta release

    The release of 16-inch Macbook Pro has made it clear what Apple is after. It is catering to its long craving pro users with love. Fixing the hardware issues won’t cut it. They need to deliver a robust performance with software changes to give the Pro lineup of Macs a boost. It is the times of Intel Icelake’s AI and AMD’s SmartShift technology that is giving an overall boost to the system performance hence increasing productivity substantially. Apple’s software especially the OS has been known to be in perfect sync with its devices. Since, they have their own products and…

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  • 27 January
    Apple

    RIP Adobe Flash!

    Do you recall Steve Job’s letter almost a decade ago regarding Apple’s well thought move to not offer Flash on Macs by default? Although, this whole debate of Flash or no Flash is dated. Most of us barely care about or use Flash since ages. I don’t even remember using Flash any more, this is how long it has been for me. Late Steve Jobs mentioned a couple of things against Flash including its closed proprietary software licensing and lack of openness in terms of deployment across various platforms. For instance Flash as a plug-in or add-on or extension has…

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  • 24 January
    Technology

    AMD’s 7nm Zen2 Core CPU for laptops

    AMD’s announced its 7nm Zen 2 core based Ryzen 4000 series in CES 2020 on 6th Jan 2020 at Las Vegas, USA. These are the first 7nm x86 processors for the mobile market.  It is mainly targeting Intel’s new Ice Lake lineup. Kudos to the timing and consistency of AMD’s product availability. One thing that I really like about AMD is how they first deploy their latest micro-architecture and process node development to its desktop range. Intel’s Ice Lake has only limited it to the thin and light section of notebooks. Zen 2 micro-architecture and 7nm process node had been…

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  • 24 January
    Technology

    Intel’s 10nm Ice Lake CPU

    In a news release dated May 27, 2019, Intel announced a lot of interesting stuff including the real 10nm based Ice Lake CPU for the laptops. It has been promised for long that 10nm node based Intel’s 10th generation CPU for laptops would take the computing power, battery life and graphics performance to a whole new strata. Let us first get into the background of making a CPU faster. You either develop a better design called the architecture for example the Intel’s Sky Lake architecture which Intel is using since 2015 that finally got an upgrade with 10nm Intel Ice…

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  • 21 January
    Apple

    Make in India Apple, production ready or sample?

    In recent years India has exhibited enormous progress in consumer electronics sales including Smartphones. Apple has always recognized true potential of Asian markets. China is the number one market for Apple’s recent iPhones. Last year, while other smartphone manufacturers in India did very well, Apple did not get the expected boost in the sales. While Apple in India did well in the premium phones category ranged above $500 beating Samsung in sales in the second quarter of 2019 as per data made available by TRAI in a report. None of the Apple iPhones including the budget iPhone XR was ever…

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