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wood1208 said:New beginning for Apple "M" silicon and MAC has started. Future looks bright.Yes. The future looks bright. Expect an iMac redesign featuring Apple Silicon in Q1 of 2021.I expect an iMac with the M1X or M2 which is essentially 2 x M1 SOC in one integrated chip with a 16 core CPU (maybe just 12 cores), 16 core GPU, 16 core Neural Engine, and double the USB-C/Thunderbolt ports, with HDMI, Ethernet, and even a 3.5 millimetre headphone jack. It will come with with two memory options of 16 or 32 GB of unified memory, FaceID, noticeably better built-in speakers and, optionally (hopefully), the ability to drive two satellite HomePod minis.
Announced in January or February.
80,000,000 iPhones in a quarter means about 900,000 iPhones sold per day, 37,500 per hour, 625 per minute, or more than 10 iPhones per second. Per SECOND!
Let that sink in for a minute or two.
Imagine the global supply chain wizardry required to manufacture anything at that scale, let alone a premium, technologically advanced product family like iPhone.
Bravo Tim Cook. Bravo.
Expect Apple to sell around 80,000,000 iPhones this quarter.That is about 900,000 iPhones per day or about 10 iPhones per second. Ten per SECOND!They are still design, manufacture, ship, and sell boatloads of iPads, millions of Macs, tonnes of Watches, TVs, AirPods, HomePods, accessories and so much more.
This is something to consider when you hear anyone complaining about she does slipping a wee bit.Under Tim Cook, Apple has become a global supply-chain, manufacturing, distribution, and sales LEVIATHAN.