Intel says its new processor is faster than AMD’s top Ryzen processor, but both companies series of processors, from the low-end to the high-end, are still challenged by Apple’s M-series processors, with the M1 soon to be augmented by an even more powerful M2.
Apple has worked hard to create its best iMacs and iPad Pros yet, bringing delight and joy to consumers while making competitors wonder just how much their sales will drop in the face of Apple's newest harvest.
Stop whatever you're doing right now, and watch Apple's hour-long event showcasing a stunning new 24-inch M1 iMac, an M1-equipped iPad Pro with Liquid Retina display, a more powerful Apple TV 4K and redesigned Siri remote, AirTags, a new purple colour for the iPhone 12 and 12 mini, a new podcast app and more!
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