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In this episode we look at some of the user stories of high data writes to their Apple M1 SSD. Is this a result of heavy swapfile usage? Is Adobe software to blame? Does the average user need to worry? We also look at new releases from Blackmagic Design and discuss the future possibilities for Apple Silicon.…
 
Intel has released some benchmarks claiming that Apple's M1 is not as good as everyone says... and that we should be instead looking to their Evo platform and the Core-i7 1185G7. Perhaps Intel should keep focusing on improving their product line rather than wasting time trying to claim dubious wins in obscure tests? What do you think?…
 
In this episode we answer some questions about lifespan of the SSDs in the Apple M1 machines, and cover some of the latest Apple news... like the new dual-8K VR headset Apple is apparently making. Naturally a tech podcast wouldn't be complete with out some culinary misadventures - tune in to see what Pete Eats this week!…
 
Apple's M1 is rather good. The next version will be even better... so does this spell the end for x86? Let's discuss. Also this week: Pete eats cheese; Dayv doesn't break any bones, and; why CPUs are a bit like sandwich shops.โดย Constant Geekery
 
In this week's episode, we talk about some of the issues with the M1 Macs, and explain why its extraordinary value might encourage some professionals to have both Mac and PC... and enjoy the best (and worst) of both worlds. We also talk about Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, VR, Sony's new Airpeak drone along with the new UK drone legislation, and …
 
In this episode we take a light-hearted look at some of the news from CES 2021, discuss whether Apple's new M1 silicon has met our expectations, and sift through some more Apple product launch rumours for 2021... including: the MacBook Pro 14" and 16" models; new iMacs; the possibility of a new Intel Mac Pro, and; a new display. There's also talk o…
 
In this episode, we sift through some of the Apple product rumours to determine which we think are likely to be true. When will we see a 14" MacBook Pro, or an M1 iMac? We also take a tongue-in-cheek look at the Zeiss ZX1.โดย Constant Geekery
 
In our last episode for 2020, we review some of the tech launches of the year, and we look forward to what we might expect from Apple Silicon in 2021. If the M1 was game changing... then the rumoured developments could be game ending! And of course, the Air Pods Max get a healthy dose of Pete and Dayv critique!…
 
In this episode, we look at why professionals in some industries might need to wait before switching to Apple Silicon, and share some thoughts on the price scalping and product scarcity going on in the tech world at the moment.โดย Constant Geekery
 
Is the new M1 the last word in computing, or is there still room for improvement? We've been playing with the M1 Macs. Here are some more of our thoughts and our plans for different testing videos we'll be releasing over the coming weeks.โดย Constant Geekery
 
The Big Sur launch wasn't a glittering success, with outages and issues aplenty. Reports of background app snooping and logging in Big Sur have hit the headlines - should we be concerned about privacy on Apple macOS? In this episode we address these issues and discuss software support for Apple Silicon Macs with Rosetta 2.…
 
Three new Apple Silicon Macs are available, featuring the all-new M1 System-on-Chip from Apple. In this episode we discuss these new machines and answer some commonly asked questions about Apple's design decisions.โดย Constant Geekery
 
New Apple Silicon Macs are coming! Which computers are we expecting to launch at Apple's "One More Thing" special event on the 10 November 2020? Will Apple deliver on all their promises, or will we be disappointed? In this week's podcast, we talk about the various rumours to try and figure out what's likely, and try to answer some commonly raised q…
 
AMD's master plan is coming together! What can we expect from the new RX 6000 series cards featuring RDNA2 architecture? Can AMD catch nVidia? What does it mean for consumers? All in this week's Constant Geekery Podcast!โดย Constant Geekery
 
In this episode we talk about the new A14 Bionic chip, as found in the new iPhone 12 and iPad Air 4. We did some benchmarks on our 2020 iPad Air and discussed what it might mean for the forthcoming Mac-specific Apple Silicon.โดย Constant Geekery
 
In this episode we review the recent Apple event and the release of the new iPhone 12 line-up, and the new HomePod Mini. Are the new computational photography and videography features beneficial to creativity? Is Apple as environmentally conscious as they would like us to believe? Will HomePod Mini stop you shouting at your children? All these ques…
 
If you've made a fantastic new product, it's good to make sure that you have enough of said product, and that your customers can actually buy it... or you can take nVidia's approach and just launch it anyway. In this episode: AMD Zen3 announcement; the 13 October #AppleEvent, and; our main topic: nVidia RTX 3080 & RTX 3090 launch issues, including …
 
nVidia is in the process of acquiring ARM... just as Apple announces a transition to its own ARM-based Silicon designs. Has nVidia thrown a spanner in Apple's plans? Why are people unhappy about this acquisition? Will nVidia keep its promises? All discussed in this new Podcast episode.โดย Dayv and Pete
 
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