Apple Silicon

Dropbox natively supports M1 Macs with latest beta

With its latest beta, Dropbox is finally bringing support for Apple's M1 processor. What was one of the more oft-requested features turned out to be a bit of a double-edged sword for the service. That's because, before the end of 2021, it sure sounded like Dropbox had no intention of actually supporting Apple silicon at all.

Is it about time Apple launched a MacBook with cellular connectivity?

MacBook Back Table - Pixabay

One of the strongest attributes for Apple is its A-series processors. And now, maybe even more so, the M-series. Apple has galloped away from the competition in mobile and desktop because of these chips. There have been rumors that Apple is going to expand that effort in the future, with a recent report saying as much. Especially towards wireless chips.

Apple’s rumored 27-inch iMac Pro with a mini-LED display again rumored to launch Spring 2022

In 2021, Apple launched a brand new, redesigned iMac with a 24-inch display. The company added the M1 processor under the hood, along with a few other key changes, to help spice up its desktop lineup. To help with that, the new computer also comes in a wide range of colors. But now a new rumor aims to shed some light on Apple's pro aspirations for the desktop lineup.