AppleMagazine #531

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Ivan Castilho de Almeida
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7 min
2022 huge innovations with new product categories

With 2021 coming to a close, all eyes are on where Apple is headed next. This year has been a bumper one for the Cupertino company, breaking records and delivering cutting-edge hardware and software to users. The path ahead, however, could be even more exciting. A NEW ERA FOR APPLE The rumor mill is in overdrive, with journalists, analysts, and insiders all suggesting that 2022 could be the biggest year yet for Apple. It’s thought that Apple will update virtually every product in its catalog, including launching five new iPhone models, three new Apple Watches as well as a redesigned MacBook Air with M2 chip, an iMac Pro, and the launch of Apple’s first new product category in years: an AR/ VR headset, tentatively called Apple Glass. Of course, all of these…

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7 min
little things: the key pillar in apple design & innovation

Apple’s design language has changed a great deal in recent years, away from the silvers and rounded edges towards a modern, industrial-inspired design, as sported by the iPad Pro and iPhone 12. That design language is set to be elevated this year with the introduction of new iMacs and MacBooks. Yet one thing has remained consistent throughout the transition: consistency. Over the years Apple has shown a keen eye for detail, ensuring the company’s portfolio stands out from the crowd, creating cutting-edge, ‘unmistakably Apple’ products. DESIGN MATTERS Apple has always taken design seriously, cementing the company’s position as one of the most well-known and instantly recognized in the world. Where other technology brands have piggybacked off of current trends - often taking a leaf out of Apple’s book - the Cupertino firm…

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7 min
steve jobs 10 years without the genius behind apple

Though there’s no doubting Steve Jobs personified Apple and forged a way forward for the Cupertino company, the past decade has still been filled with incredible highs. Ten years on from the death of the founder, it’s time to consider what the technology giant might have done differently under an extended Jobs leadership, and what Apple can still learn. APPLE UNDER JOBS Steve Jobs’ impact on Apple and its success have been well documented over the past decade, and today the entrepreneur is rightly revered as something of an icon. Defined as one of the greatest inventors of the last century, Steve Jobs was the powerhouse behind the original Macintosh back in 1948, the first consumer computer with a graphical user interface. Although the idea didn’t originate with Jobs, he managed to…

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7 min
homekit building the house of the future, today

With the smart home market set to reach an eye-watering $100 billion by the end of 2021, it’s no wonder why companies like Google and Apple are ramping up their efforts to create technologies that transform homes and change the way we live. With more than 250 million smart homes around the world with a 12.2% penetration rate, there’s no going back, and with HomeKit evolutions, Apple can help consumers build the house of the future today. THE IDEAL HOME OF THE FUTURE Before we delve deeper into the new changes coming as part of iOS 15 that will make our homes even smarter and more convenient than ever before, it’s worth taking a minute to think about what the ideal home of the future could look like. Gone are the days…

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7 min
unlocking the true power of the m1 processor

When it came to software enhancements and breakthrough features, this year’s WWDC was a little more understated than previous iterations, but after a year of coronavirus restrictions, it’s understandable that Apple would focus on refining its existing offering than try to reinvent the wheel. Although iOS and iPadOS were the stars of the show at this year’s event, macOS was given some love, too. This year’s release - given the moniker Monterey - is packed with features designed to help users connect, work even smarter, and stay focused. Speaking at the virtual conference, Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering, said: “macOS Monterey is packed with features that help Mac users get more done, connect with friends and family in amazing new ways, and work across Mac and iPad…

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9 min
macbooks the most powerful pro lineup ever created

After what feels like a lifetime of waiting, Apple has finally unveiled its next-generation MacBook Pro line-up, bringing the power of M1 and stepping it up a gear. The new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips bring Apple’s vision for a world beyond Intel to life, no doubt sparking the interest of creatives around the world. Apple has finally put the Pro back into the MacBook. MINDBLOWING CAPABILITIES There has been much speculation about the new MacBook Pro range, and though Apple took a little longer to give its 14-inch and 16-inch models the same love as the Mac mini and iPad Pro, the wait has undoubtedly been worth it. Rather than putting the standard M1 chip into the new Pro range, Apple has taken things to a whole new level, revolutionizing…

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