New Apple devices, Samsung's manipulation of S22 performance, Chrome's superiority over Safari, unprecedented demand for Mac Studio, and other exciting news this week in On the Sidelines!
The Apple conference is over
With the advent of the Apple conference for the month of March finally and ended, the company announced the new iPhone SE with the A15 processor and 5G technology and a slight color update and a stronger front and back glass like the one in the iPhone 13, and an update for the iPad Air with the M1 chip was also announced. The biggest advertisement is the Mac Studio desktop computer and Studio monitor. You can read an article –Conference coverage and Savior from here-, You can also Learn about the future of Mac devices after the conference from here And also Read about the new iPhone in details from here.
Technical companies continue to stop in Russia
As the current crisis in Ukraine continues, more and more tech companies are shutting down Russia, Google and Apple have stopped advertising services in Russia (with the refusal to stop software stores, of course), Samsung has stopped sending new merchandise to Russia, and Netflix has stopped operating in the country.
Samsung tampering with the performance of S22 apps
During the last period, problems appeared for Samsung, as users found that the company is deliberately slowing down a lot of applications and games in order to preserve the battery and performance of the device, as it seems that the latest Snapdragon processor does not manage heat or battery well ... And of course Samsung did not tell anyone about this before discovering users. It was also noted that the Benchmarks benchmark applications were not slowed down to suggest faster performance than the real one when the device was announced and tested, and after its discovery, Samsung issued a statement promising a solution to the problem to allow users to cancel the slowdown of applications at the expense of the battery or temperature if they wanted.
Google: Chrome is faster than Safari on Mac
Google is issuing successive updates to the Chrome browser on the Mac during this period, and it seems that the company has become very confident in the browser. On the latest Mac devices. Personally, I use browsers, and the most attractive thing for Safari on the Mac in particular is to save the battery and not use huge amounts of RAM like Chrome, despite Chrome's abundant advantages.
Apple screen supports iPad with M1 chip only
This week, Apple announced its new Studio Display. Some have hoped that it will work with all iPad devices that have a USB-C port, but unfortunately the new screen will only work with the iPad Air 5 and iPad Pro of the last generation, as these devices have an M1 chip that helps them drive these screen with its capabilities.
Disappointed in MacBook Air?
This week, there were reports, I hope they are wrong, that the next MacBook Air will come with a comprehensive redesign but without changing the processor and will keep the M1 processor… Although the processor is actually enough for a long time everything the MacBook Air owner wants to do, but the technology lover Inside us wants more.
We may forgive Apple for this decision if it is achieved in the event that the price of the device is maintained without increasing or decreasing it.
Big demand for Mac Studio delays delivery
Just two days after the launch of the new Mac Studio, the available delivery dates for the device changed from March 18 to next May for new buyers... as the demand for the device exceeded the available stores and this led to delays in orders.
The new iPhone SE has 4 GB of RAM
Although Apple did not announce the memory capacity of the iPhone SE, it was discovered that there is 4 GB of cache memory (RAM) in the new iPhone SE. The previous version contained only 3 GB.
OLED screen in the next iPad?
Rumors are still circulating about Apple developing a new screen for the iPad with OLED technology, despite the great success of the current mini-LED screens in the iPad Pro… The reports have increased this week with news of the intended screen entering the development stage in Samsung factories (screen supplier) to be Inserted into the iPad.
Faster charger than Apple
Famous leaker Ming Chi Qiu has released reports that Apple may soon release a new charger for iPhones featuring a new design and faster 30W charging.
I-Mac 27 inch has been discontinued
After Apple announced the Mac Studio yesterday and indirectly announced the cancellation of the iMac Pro, Apple also removed the older iMac in its family, the 27-inch iMac, from the store.
“Hey Siri” on Studio Screen
The “Hey Siri” feature has been available on Mac devices for a while… but there are several devices that did not have the feature, such as the Mac Pro and Mac Mini, but this ends with the new Studio screen, as it has microphones that can be used to make calls, and also an A13 chip that enables it to handle smart features such as bringing a feature “Hey Siri” to unsupported Macs.
iPhone 13 green wallpapers for download
Did you like the wallpapers that were released for the new green iPhone? If you are one of the owners of the iPhone 13, you have to wait, you will get it with the update. Don't have an iPhone 13? You can download new wallpapers for your device Of this linkYou just have to go to the page to find it, then click on it and download it.