Earlier this year, Apple introduced a powerful new desktop computer called the Mac Studio. As you can imagine, it's not a cheap product thanks to the specifications packed inside the relatively small case. But it looks like some owners of the high-end device are not too happy about a particular sound emanating from the box.
Apple will soon launch a Mac Studio lock adapter to enable customers to physically secure their computer with a third-party lock without damaging it.
Apple executives explain why the new Mac Studio (and the Studio Display, to some extent) may actually fulfill the dream of a modular and powerful yet affordable desktop computer that many professional users have been waiting for for decades.
If you watched Apple’s “Peek Performance” special event this week, then there’s no question you witnessed the unveiling of the company’s brand new M1 Ultra chip.
During its 'Peek Performance' event on Tuesday, Apple announced the long-rumored Mac Studio desktop. It's essentially a Mac mini on steroids, with performance that bests the Mac Pro and a ton of configurable options.