The future of Mac could look like iOS. That’s the findings of a new report that examines Apple’s new Star project, which is said to be in the prototype stage. If details of this project come to fruition, it could change the very definition of what most of us think of as a computer as we head into the next decade.
Apple customers don’t want iOS to merge with the macOS platform, according to the company’s chief executive who recently addressed rumors that a merger is in the works. But is he lying or is he telling the truth?
Stop me if you’ve think you’ve already heard this one: Apple is reportedly exploring ways to replace Intel processors in Mac computers with a version of in-house designed silicon technology that already powers its iOS, watchOS and tvOS devices.
Following the quite public concern over the “Spectre” and “Meltdown” vulnerabilities found in Intel (and other) processors, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich penned an open letter to reaffirm the company’s commitment to security.
Tensions between Apple and Qualcomm have been on the rise, which has in part caused Apple to look elsewhere for the iPhone’s upcoming 5G modem. Apple is aiming to include 5G in the iPhone by 2019-2020, which means they are getting close to choosing a manufacturer.