Apple Silicon promises more powerful Macs, but developers face growing pains Watch Now Last week, I described what the Mac’s future might look like from the perspective of developers and consumers. I got a few things right — like the perfect iPad compatibility and the use of containerization for security and app isolation — but there were a few things I missed. What did I get wrong? Well, for starters, I was not expecting the development path of this new generation of Macs to be as open or as flexible as the company appears to have pursued. Apple Silicon is a complete port, in the “Option 1: Re-engine” sense — but there are some “Re-imagine” aspects as well. The route Apple decided upon is to re-engine and partially revamp the entire Mac platform. It’s a bold, aggressive move that will transform the entire technology industry. Apple Silicon at WWDC 2020: Everything you need to know What is it? For the future Mac — the transition that is expected to take about two years — Apple has decided to switch from Intel x86 chips to its own Apple Silicon, which has been powering its iPhone and iPad mobile products for the… Read full this story
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