Saturday, December 4, 2021


New silicon, new devices: Gaming in 2022

A look at the new hardware available for gamers in the upcoming year

Apple hit with lawsuit for ‘defective’ M1 MacBook screens

The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, follows an investigation into easily cracked MacBook screens by law firm Migliaccio & Rathod.

Apple declares 12-inch MacBook from 2015 ‘vintage’ product

The 12-inch MacBook from 2015 was added to Apple's list of vintage and obsolete products on June 30. The device's addition to the vintage product list comes about six years after the laptop was first launched.

MacBook, iPad production delayed over global chip shortage

According to Nikkei Asia, chip shortages have caused delays in a key step in MacBook production the mounting of components on printed circuit boards before final assembly.

Intel ad uses MacBook to promote its chips

According to MacRumors, Apple still sells Intel-based Macs, the chip referenced in the ad is not used in any Mac, and in fact, it was launched around the same time Apple released its M1 Apple silicon chip late last year.

French law forces Apple to add iPhone, Mac repairability scores

"Links to each product's final score, with details for how they were calculated, are available on this support page," reports The Verge.

Microsoft says Surface Pro 7 better than MacBook Pro in new ad

The Surface Pro, according to the ad, remains a "much better gaming device" than Apple MacBook Pro.

Apple places 3 nano-metre chip order from TSMC for Macs, iPhones

TSMC is almost ready with the certification process and will "likely begin trial production next year while mass production will happen in 2022"

LG Display likely to produce mini LED displays for iPad Pro

According to Korea's ETNews, LG display is set to mass produce its mini LED displays for new iPad models, starting by the end of this year.

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