or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by wizard69

A production line is a production line, it runs the process it was set up to run.I have no idea what you are talking about here. Apple has moved forward with every iPhone release.Get a grip on yourself! To go to 14 nm Samsung needs to retool its factories for the new processes. That means tearing out the old lines and installing the new to the extent required. You can not run production while doing this.Samsung and Apple are basically partners here. They...
Another process shrink should provide plenty of room for the modem processor. However Apple could buy the IP from Qualcomm or come up with their own. It wouldn't be irrational for them to make an IP purchase here to move forward with integration real fast. Power savings would be a real benefit as would be the space savings. Space is a huge issue in most IOS devices. More space would allow for more flash, sensors or other features.
Seriously guy do you realize how confused the last bit above makes you look. You claim that there are no apps out there to take advanatge of the new hardware yet you are running on an iPad that can't handle most new software. You even acknowledge that it has degraded to being an Evernote platform.I have nothing agian still using hardware for as long as I can, I currently have an iPad 3 and an iPhone 4. However I don't allow self deception here and fully acknowledge...
I don't buy this statement. Some of the games out there for example are using the features ofIPad fairly fully.Software always lags hardware. So new features and performance takes time to exploit. However apps are already taking advantage of new hardware/software features like metal.There really isn't that much to spare.IOS already multitasks to an extent. Multi user support (which would be absolutely stupid) requires high storage capacity not better performance.It...
Better all around performance which would enable a new class of apps.Maybe but I'm expecting Apple to use all the performance the power profile would allow.
Jackson at the very least should be arrested, tried and permanently dealt with. It really a shame that we let people like this get away with so much.
Frankly if they come out with a fanless machine I'm hoping it is a new product that doesn't imoact the Air product line. That way the Airs can get all the benefit possible out of a 15 watt Broadwell.A nicer screen on the Air would be helpful. The question is do you need two different sizes of MBA? A 14" retina screen would just rock.
Broadwell should allow for higher clocks in the same model computers which ought to provide a performance boost. Intel is certianly focused on the GPU, possibly due to Apple pushing them in that direction. I actually see this as a good thing as it makes the integrated processors acceptable for a much wider array of users.This would certianly make for a very interesting MBP.I don't know about that. I could see Apple adding their own IP harvested directly from the A...
Hey Marvin; What I find most interesting about this link: http://forwardthinking.pcmag.com/none/329777-intel-updates-roadmaps-for-2015 you posted was the comments about custom chips from Intel. Especially in the case of custom Zeon solutions. It looks like Intel is having more success here than I expected. 35 custom Xeons is a lot of custom chips. Of course this makes me wonder if Apple and Intel might be working on custom chips. I'm not thinking big data center...
I'm still wanting to beleive Apple would go more radical in a machine with a 5 watt processor.Sure it does. Performance is what allows Apple to add new features to its operating systems.The one thing you are consistent with is your approach to tech as you apparently believe that the MBP would suddenly become static performance wise. I would fully expect that the MBP will retain it's performance crown. The performance advantages of the low power Broadwell / SkyLake...
New Posts  All Forums: