Removal of Humble, Apple Silicon processors and much more. The best of the week in I'm from Mac

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We are getting closer to the end of January and the news about Apple products, rumors and leaks do not stop. In this case we are going to see some of the This week's featured news on I'm from Mac.

For us all the rumors and news regarding the Apple world are important. In some cases these rumors will end up being a reality and we are at that point where we will soon have an Apple presentation, yes, the month of March is just around the corner. While this does not happen we continue to see all kinds of Rumors and news regarding the signing of Cupertino.

We start with Humble. This is one of the few platforms available for Mac that offers a monthly subscription service in exchange for access to a large number of video games. This has just announced that platform that will soon drop support for Mac.


Another of the outstanding news of this week is the one that indicates the maturity of the Apple M1. These processors named as Apple Silicon, are destined to be the present and future of the Mac. By the end of this year the circle could be closed with his deployment on all Macs that have the signature in their product catalog. We will see what happens.

A new firmware version arrives for the XNUMXrd generation AirPods. This update arrived this week and it seems that it is a version focused on improving security, the version 4C170 adds bug fixes to the headset firmware. 

dual fan on newer MacBook Pros

It is clear that the improvements added to the MacBook Pro this past year are spectacular, this is confirmed by the majority of professional photographers who greatly appreciate the work done by Apple with these teams. CNET Senior Photographer Andrew Hoyle showed some details about his experience working with the Phase One medium format camera attached to a MacBook Pro with M1 Max and says the experience is unbeatable right now. 

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