We have yet ended a week of rumors. Mark Gurman has stepped up his pace again, promising a year full of new things. But while we read all of these rumors, it’s worth taking a look at what other media have posted on Apple. Let’s go.
- We start with a very detailed analysis of the M1 chip consumption and efficiency that they have done since Engadget. Our colleagues show that Apple Silicon not only surprises by its power: also by its low consumption.
- From Genbeta, they reflect how this optimization for the M1 chip it must be well worked: It turns out that some native Adobe applications like Lightroom work less well than their emulated versions under Rosetta.
In MacStories, they notice a curious detail in Apple’s US maps: were integrated into volunteering places for guides and information to appear where they are.
In Teknautas, they talk about the new Samsung Galaxy S21, which is intended to be a direct competitor to the iPhone 12.
- We end with a video from Xataka’s YouTube channel in which the new WhatsApp terms of service are discussed, protagonists of one of the most discussed controversies of the month: