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Makes sense to me to have an X line of processors for the Pro line. Where simply more cores and thus more thermal power is needed. Followed by a new M2 later for the mass market (Air and MacBook and iMac) with less cores and just less power hungry due to smaller production process. Followed again by a M2X for the pros.
MisterKit said:There are so many other electric vehicles already on the road today. Apple is getting to the table late unless they pull something off which is several generations ahead of the competition. And well, the did just that with the M1 silicon.
late to The MP3 player table. And
late to the phone table and
late to the smartwatch table and
late to the Wireless headphone table
We gave iPhone 12 Pro Max a larger Wide sensor with bigger pixels to gather more light, for more detail and color in your photos. And we engineered a stabilizing solution that moves just the sensor, keeping it even more steady than before. That’s sensor-shift OIS, and it’s a game changer.
I bought pretty much every product Withings released (except the watch) and was very satisfied with hardware and software. Until Nokia took over... the Software just looked cleaner but lost so much functionality. And then they started to discontinue products and related software making your existing well working hardware obsolete. Hope this will change again for the better. It will be hard to compete agains Apple Watch but there is so much more to measure that they should do well in the long run