- Oct 24, 2013
- Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
- i7-10700K OC@5.1 GHz
- Radeon VII
- Mobile Phone
If so, then what is the point of Arm if performance on intel is better? Maybe we might see a dual/hybrid approach. Where Apple releases both Arm and Intel based macs. Can be Arm for small form factor (MacBook/Mac mini) and Intel for Desktop? We need more info...
Direct quote from Tim: "We expect to ship Intel-based Macs for years to come." I think he also said Intel versions of macOS for Intel based Macs. Didn't think anything like this would happen. Could get very confusing for customers.
Or boot into Windows on their Mac Pros via bootcamp.More likely is that they will just switch to Windows computers to save all the hassle.
Or boot into Windows on their Mac Pros via bootcamp.
Based on the early reports from beta testers and backed up by the WWDC keynote video, Big Sur (BS ) is basically nothing more than a cosmetic make over of the MacOS GUI ... they have turned the look of MacOS into Mac IOS, there are no real new features as such. History has shown us that every time Apple overhauls the MacOS GUI, performance seems to tank and then it gradually get better with each subsequent update/release.
I for one will not be updating anytime soon to BS (Mac IOS) the more I see of it the more i'm put off by it's new look, some of those new icons are truly awful as is the default wallpaper which looks like it was ripped from a version of Android to me, really not sure what they where thinking with that.
To my eyes BS looks like an OS for children with simple icons and bright colours.
Of course looks are subjective and i'm sure that many will like the new look but for now I'll be happy to keep running Catalina until Apple force me to update which will most likely be when they make their pro apps (FCPX and Logic) only run on it.