The first developer beta of macOS Big Sur 11.4 includes new graphics drivers that permit Intel-based Macs to connect to some GPUs from AMD based on the Navi RDNA2 architecture.
Whether you own a blog, are introducing a service, or building a product, you’ll need a logo. This visual representation of your brand is key to recognition. And if you’re just starting out, you may not have the budget for a professional designer.
You can use simple and free apps on your computer for creating logos. This gives you a great start to a visual you can build on and evolve over time. Check out this list of free logo makers for Mac and see which one has the features you want to create an outstanding logo.
Graphs and charts give you terrific ways to display data. Rather than reading row after row, a visual lets you see data at a glance, compare it, and even put it into perspective. And what’s nice about spreadsheet applications like Numbers is that all you have to do it select your data, pick out a chart, and the app will create it for you.
Once you have your chart, you can change its appearance and add items like a title, labels, and a legend. This gives you the flexibility to display a graph or chart that shows your data exactly as you like. So here, we’ll show you how to create your Numbers chart, format it to your liking, and edit it if needed.
As iDownloadBlog reported a few days ago, the new Apple Silicon-powered M1 Macs do not support external GPUs (eGPU), but that could be a temporary hiccup. That's because macOS Big Sur has bee discovered to detect a connected eGPU over Thunderbolt 3, although it's not exposed to the user or actually accessible for compute and graphics tasks.
Creating a chart or graph in Numbers is a great way to display your data visually. And Numbers offers several different types so that you can use the best style to show your data. One of those types is an Interactive Chart.
An Interactive Chart in Numbers is convenient for displaying groups of data for comparison or changes over time. Your data stays intact, and you simply adjust the chart to show it differently.
If you haven’t tried this type of chart before, we’re here to help. Here’s how to create and use Interactive Charts in Numbers on both Mac and iOS.
Charts and graphs are great visual representations of data. So adding one to your Keynote presentation can be beneficial for your business or organization. And while you can certainly grab one from another app like Numbers, Keynote does offer chart features, so you can create one easily.
If you’re new to Keynote or simply the chart options, here’s how to create basic a chart or graph in Keynote on your Mac.
Macs equipped with Thunderbolt 3 can boost graphics performance using an external graphics processor (eGPU). Here's a rundown of how this technology works, what it's good for, and how to get a Mac eGPU.
Apple is readying a new developer API for writing macOS device drivers, but what does it have to do with a rumored modular Mac Pro that could be previewed at WWDC 2019 on June 3?
External GPU (eGPU) support for your Mac became a reality thanks to macOS Mojave. In fact, Apple Stores have been offering BlackMagic's $699 Radeon Pro 580 and $1,199 Vega 56 eGPUs for months now. But if you're looking for a cheaper eGPU option, the iPhone maker is now selling Sonnet's affordable $400 Breakaway Puck featuring Radeon RX 560 graphics.
In addition to refreshing the consumer iMac line this morning with a 2x faster performance via up to six-core Intel Core i9 CPU options and new GPU upgrades (Vega 20 for 21.5-inch models and Vega 48 for 27-inch models), Apple just added some fresh new RAM and GPU options to its iMac Pro all-in-one, which launched in December 2017.
Apple this morning announced an iMac refresh with a 2x performance boost in the CPU department for a wide range of computing tasks, as well as new AMD Vega graphics options.
With the introduction of more powerful devices, iOS is truly hitting its stride as an undoubtedly useful platform for casual creativity. This maturation is primarily aided by the introduction of new powerful apps that are more interesting than ever. Canva is part of this class of apps that are fascinating for casual creatives on iOS.