Again, we are in a quiet period before the storm. The month of May has only just begun, but from the next few weeks we will start to have data on the arrival of the first iMac and iPad Pro with M1 chip, which will result in analyzes and first performance tests.
And that’s nothing, because almost right after all these scans we’ll also have WWDC21 with all the OS news that comes with it. As we wait for these days Let’s see what other specialist media have said about Apple
The AirPods Triumph, Chrome Complaints, and Apple’s Own TV Theory
- Our colleagues at Xataka launch a video with tips to dominate Instagram:
- Our neighbors also predict changes after seeing how the European Union points to the App Store. They equate the event with what has already happened with Microsoft and Internet Explorer: a paradigm shift that could affect the sales model of mobile apps. From the same medium, they also provide huge data: if AirPods were a business on their own, they would be the size of Uber or NVIDIA.
- From Genbeta we also see accusing fingers at Apple, from the hand of a Chrome engineer who claims that video game streaming would have been possible much earlier without App Store metrics. They also echo the virtual threat of Facebook and Instagram to become iOS 14.5 on-demand pay networks for us to keep track of their data.
- The Mac Address team thinks Apple should do your own tv and they give us their arguments in a video:
- In MacStories, they let us know about recent HomePod mini compatibility with high fidelity audio from Deezer, which could be a prelude to the future Apple Music Hi-Fi.
- Colleagues of Mundo Xiaomi, our new media specializing in Webedia, boast: already in Europe more Xiaomi phones are sold than iPhones.
- We end with the MKBHD video in which he reviews the AirTag from the point of view of how Apple’s strategy with its markers can end the competition: