Apple moves to ARM
Persoa que publicou o fío: Hans Lenting

Hans Lenting  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Membro (2006)
German to Dutch
Jun 24, 2020

Interesting summary:

https://www.macworld.com/article/3563771/apple-details-an-impressive-aggressive-transition-to-macs-with-its-own-processors.html

“Virtualization will be supported as well.”

And:

“the company showed editing in Final Cut Pro with three
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Interesting summary:

https://www.macworld.com/article/3563771/apple-details-an-impressive-aggressive-transition-to-macs-with-its-own-processors.html

“Virtualization will be supported as well.”

And:

“the company showed editing in Final Cut Pro with three 4K ProRes videos playing at once, and applying effects like titles and lens flare in real time during playback.”



[Edited at 2020-06-24 05:01 GMT]
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Tom in London
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:53
Membro (2008)
Italian to English
Another trick Jun 24, 2020

Hans Lenting wrote:

Interesting summary:

https://www.macworld.com/article/3563771/apple-details-an-impressive-aggressive-transition-to-macs-with-its-own-processors.html

“Virtualization will be supported as well.”

And:

“the company showed editing in Final Cut Pro with three 4K ProRes videos playing at once, and applying effects like titles and lens flare in real time during playback.”



[Edited at 2020-06-24 05:01 GMT]


As a long-time Mac user it pains me to say this - but to me this looks like just another trick from Apple to force millions of people to buy new computers and all their software.

The reality is that the MacOS is a fully mature operating system that cannot be improved, so Apple is now resorting to gimmicks and tricks to create the impression that it is "innovating" whilst pursuing its basic objective: to maximise profits by getting money out of people's pockets.

Yes, “virtualization will be supported as well” but only for a time. I remember when Rosetta was used before, during the transition from Mac OS9 to the Unix system (named OSX). But there was a very good reason for that transition (and Steve Jobs was still in control of Apple). This time around I can see no good reason for moving to a different kind of chip.



[Edited at 2020-06-24 10:49 GMT]


 


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