And it seemed like we didn’t have much to say, but being a seemingly quiet week, we’ve covered a lot of topics of interest in this edition of Las Charlas de Applesfera. With Eduardo Archanco, we talked about the future of the M1, the Apple Car and the patents and concepts that surround it, the AirPods Pro 2 and the Mac battery.
The power of the future M1, the rumors of the Apple Car, a reflection on the AirPods Pro 2 and the battery of the Mac
We started the chat with the M1, M1 Pro and M1 Max. Apple processors have a lot to say, but their future is even brighter. Rumors indicate that Apple’s future silicon will be manufactured in 3nm, which would allow even more cores and more power to be incorporated into future versions of the processors. Something like putting four M1 Max in a future Mac Pro.
Speaking of future predictions, we changed the subject to discuss the Apple Car rumors. We did this thanks to a team of specialist automotive engineers who made an interactive 3D model of the Apple Car based on all the patents that have been issued. As reliable an approximation of the future Apple car as it gets, but still with plenty of room for improvements and changes.
In this regard, it must be remembered how nobody managed to imagine the iPhone before it hit the market. The concepts and renderings of the time evolved products we already knew, such as iPods, even adding dial wheels to the clickweel, but no one could predict what was to come. We believe something similar will happen with the Apple Car where Apple literally reinvented the wheel.
Following the rumors, we brought up the AirPods Pro 2, headphones that we have been waiting for a long time and which could represent a substantial change in the market. Rumors point to an even more compact design, although after seeing the teardown of the AirPods 3 we started to have doubts. These second-generation AirPods Pro are said to be arriving alongside the iPhone 14, although the dates are still pending.
Finally, we talked about the low consumption mode on Mac, a new feature that comes with macOS Monterey and that allows us to run until the last minutes of battery power when we do not have a charger. A mode that, although we can now activate through System Preferences, we will surely be able to automate in the future.
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