This week Apple announced their new MacBook Air, Mac mini and MacBook Pro. Equipped with the new ARM-based Apple Silicon chip to replace the Intel chips. Apple Silicon will let developers create universal apps to run on iPads, iPhones, and Macs. That sounded promising until I heard the name of the new chip—the M1. That’s unfortunate. The M1 by Cyrix was an Intel chip replacement for the Socket 7 motherboard in 1996. The compatibility and performance issues were so bad that it sucked donkey balls. Will the Apple Silicon M1 be the next Cyrix M1?Read more “Will The Apple Silicon M1 Be The Next Cyrix M1”
Apple will announce the new iPhone 12 on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Here’s what to keep in mind if you do buy the newest iPhone from Apple.The new iPhones were made in China after the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Apple uses airfreight to deliver iPhones direct from the factory to U.S. Apple Stores in three to five days. Three to five days is how long the coronavirus can survive on various surfaces.
Will the iPhone 12 have coronavirus in the box?Read more “Will The Apple iPhone 12 Have Coronavirus In The Box?”
What do you do with a status symbol like the Apple Card? Put the titanium credit card in a picture frame! This short montage video shows how to picture frame the Apple Card with an uncut mat board, a balloon glue dot, and a picture frame.
If you got your invitation email to apply for the new Apple Card, and clicked on the link that took you to the Wallet app on your iPhone, you may have gotten the error message that Apple Pay could not connect to the Internet. Except you know that every other app on your iPhone has access to the Internet. Watch this video for two workarounds that can get your Apple Card application submitted.