• ‘Several' ARM-based Mac laptops and desktops coming next year, says report

    2 days ago - By The Verge

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    The Mac's long-rumored transition from Intel processors to Apple's own ARM designs could be swifter and more extensive than you might have expected. According to a new research note from analyst Ming-chi Kuo, reported on by MacRumors , Apple is planning to release “several” ARM-based Macs in 2021 in both laptop and desktop form factors.
    Kuo believes that switching to ARM will allow Apple to reduce its processor costs by 40 to 60 percent while gaining more flexibility over its hardware lineup. He recently claimed that Apple would launch its first ARM-based...
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  • Galaxy Fold is finally getting Android 10 with One UI 2.1

    Galaxy Fold is finally getting Android 10 with One UI 2.1

    3 days ago - By SlashGear

    When you pay nearly $2,000 for a phone, you can be forgiven for expecting to be given some special treatment. Especially if that phone is practically a show of faith and support in the expensive experiments of the company. Unfortunately, that was definitely not the case with Samsung's first foldable phone but, at long last, the Galaxy Fold is finally...
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  • Galaxy Fold 2 rumor-based renders show a much cooler design

    Galaxy Fold 2 rumor-based renders show a much cooler design

    3 days ago - By GSMArena

    What you are about to see are rumor-based renders, so don't expect them to give you any new information. Instead they are meant to serve as visual aids and give you an idea of what the upcoming second generation foldable phone might look like.
    The images reveal a familiar, yet improved design with bigger, notched secondary screen, a camera module borrowed from the current Galaxy S20 generation and a punch-hole camera design replacing the cutout on the current Galaxy Fold.
    More importantly, the renders envision a folding design with a virtually non-existent gap when the handset...
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