I was totally having a pipe dream. OP asked: 'What would you like to see announced?'
I don't need the mini-LED but ProMotion would be nice. And I think it would need to be 7k at that size.
A larger iMac in general would be nice, though I don't think will happen.
Being totally realistic--...
My Open Core Big Sur installation goes black for a few seconds to a minute after at the login screen, then okay. So does my Clover Catalina on a separate drive on same machine.
I did actually get a boot up when it didn't do that - after changing the AAPL,ig-platform-id from 07009B3E to...
going for a double boot. Catalina and Big Sur, then maybe linux later.
I've been using m1s but prefer my simple downgraded system.
just like being able to upscale and downscale with my needs and parts prices.
Currently running Catalina Clover and but need to use Xcode 13 for iOS 15 development. I'm a newb at that.
I found the guides for Clover and previous OS updates problem-free.
But for Open Core, the only comprehensive guide I could find states that an Ethernet connection is needed, but I only...
Thank you --
I'll try this. Now it's going to include an attempt to install OpenCore Big Sur. Currently on Clover Catalina. The problem is I don't have broadband — I use a personal hotspot — and the open core guide instructs ethernet needed
I've got an existing build — a Clover Catalina i5 8500 desktop — that I want to add Windows 10 and Linux to.
I have a 500gb SSD, so I suppose the best approach is to add them to the same SSD (but open to other suggestions)
What's the best way to proceed? The guides I've seen on here...
I feel like M1 is a game changer for laptops more than hack desktops.
Mainly because with a desktop -- if you don't mind a large case - you've got such a thermal and expandability advantage.
I think the Apple Silicon that comes after M1 will make the case for even Hack desktops less...
I'm using two M1s. Mac mini 8gb. MacBook Air 16gb.
The Cinebench scores are better than any I've experienced before. And some things work that didn't work with previous Macs and Hacks.. I'm talking features such as Voice Control that used to be buggy for me.
But other than that. I find my...
Yeah, from what I'm seeing, 2 years for an ARM Mac Pro. That'll be expensive though and so there'll still be a lot of hackpro interest. I agree they'll do custom modules to make it even more incompatible :)
It's if/when something thermally-constrained and inexpensive like a mid-tier macbook pro...