Tech & Science Apple demands Intel with thin desktop iMac out

05:25  21 april  2021
05:25  21 april  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

Intel invests $ 20 billion in factories and launches contract manufacturing

 Intel invests $ 20 billion in factories and launches contract manufacturing San Francisco / Berlin (Reuters) - The world's largest chip concerts Intel wants to expand its production capacities in the US. © Reuters / Amir Cohen File Photo: U.S. Chipmaker Intel Corp's Logo Is Lakes On Their "Smart Building" in Petah Tikva, Near Tel Aviv It was planned to spend up to $ 20 billion for the construction of two factories in Arizona, announced the new company boss Pat Gelsinger in the night to Wednesday at.

Apple lets play the muscles: Thanks to chips from our own development, the Group challenges the PC competition with an innovative desktop computer.

Der nur nur 11,5 Millimeter dicke iMac von Apple soll den PC-Rivalen Intel unter Druck setzen. © Jae C. Hong / ap / dpa The only 11.5 millimeter thick imac of Apple should put the PC-rival Intel under pressure.

The new iMac presented on Tuesday is only 11.5 millimeters thick - thinner than many monitors without a computer inside. Accordingly, the Apple makes the change from Intel processors to the in-house M1 chips. As a result, among other things, you can save drastically: instead of a voluminous cooling system, only two small fans are necessary.

Another advantage of the M1 chip is that he shares a technical platform with the iPhones, which facilitates the interplay of apps. The keyboard of the device gets a fingerprint scanner for the first time as the MacBook notebooks. The display is 24 inches between the smaller and larger model. The price from 1445 euros is comparable to what Apple wanted to have for an iMac so far.

Ice-Lake-D: Intel can be time with CPU for EDGE server

 Ice-Lake-D: Intel can be time with CPU for EDGE server on Tuesday Intel presented Intel the new Xeon CPUs ICE Lake-SP with up to 40 cores. Anyone who waits for ICE-Lake-D must be patient until at least the end of the year. © Oasishifi / Shutterstock Intel screws on its EDGE CPU Ice-Lake-D. The colleagues of ComputerBase have looked over internationally and read between the lines in the presentations of the new ICE Lake-SP. The result: Ice-Lake-D, Intel's CPU for small servers, will be released at the end of the year at the earliest.

The M1 chip also comes to the new generation of the tablet computer iPad Pro. The larger model with a 12.9-inch screen also receives a significantly improved display with a contrasting representation. The iPad has developed for Apple's work and learning from home in the Corona Pandemic to an important money charger. In the past Christmas quarter alone, the iPad sales rose by a good 40 percent year-on-year.

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Apple also introduced the event the long-awaited airtags - small platelets that can be attached to objects such as keys to quickly find them. Apple competes with established providers of technology as the company TILE.

The necessary infrastructure for this has already has Apple already with an on-site location network that is on the app "Where?" connected. The Apple devices scattered over the world help to find the lost items in your area. The communication is encrypted and anonymous, emphasizes Apple. «AIRTAG was designed to pursue objects, not people." Newer iPhones with an ultraWide band wireless chip on board can particularly accurately locate the items provided with airtags.

New Apple TV 4K 2021 vs old Apple TV 4K: should you upgrade?

  New Apple TV 4K 2021 vs old Apple TV 4K: should you upgrade? There's a new Apple TV 4K for 2021 that boasts a faster processor, improved HDR support and a new Siri Remote, but how does it compare to the old Apple TV 4K?In this article we'll compare what are, on paper at least, two of the best media streamers, and help you decide whether to buy the new Apple TV 4K or the old box.

about "Where is?" So far, only Apple devices such as iPhones or AirPods earphones could be localized. A few days ago, Apple opened the network for other manufacturers - including a provider of electric bicycles. Competitor Tile already criticized the possible entry of Apple into the business as unfair competition because the Group had a preferred position due to the iPhone. Apple started the airtag price at 35 euros - as much as the most expensive model of Tile's trackers cost. Also smartphone market leader Samsung recently presented his similar trackers.

Further announcements were a new version of the TV box Apple TV with better picture quality and a new remote control - the old man was often criticized because of a touch field on which one looked slightly. With a new feature of Apple TV, the Group also demonstrated the interplay of its various devices. So you can use an iPhone to improve the color view on the TV. It should meet to keep the phone to the screen. An iPhone sensor then analyzes the light and adjusts the settings of the box.

For podcasts, Apple also introduces an ABO model. Authors can make individual episodes available only for paying users. Abo customers could hear podcasts without advertising. Apple greatly built the business with subscription services in recent years. The most important product of the Group remains the iPhone, which brings more than half of the proceeds.

Some Apple Music Hi-Res Lossless content is already showing up on the service .
Despite an unspecified release date for Apple Music's lossless audio, some users seem to have spotted signs that suggest its launch is imminentAs first reported by Apple Insider, keen-eyed users hoping to spot a few early access Easter eggs have allegedly discovered albums showing labels for Lossless or Dolby Atmos, and others have apparently been prompted to re-download albums for new formats. What Hi-Fi? tried to follow suit but is unable to replicate any of these experiences.

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