Archives for Apple
Will Apple be tempted to shift to AMD if a new GHz race emerges between the two main chip producers?
We review many of the issues that remain on pro users minds as they contemplate the new Mac Pro
Apple has introduced brand new Mac Pros at WWDC just as expected and discussed here at Architosh and elsewhere on the Net
Graphics project on new Macs apparently in the work for over a year
Macworld editors talk shop and suggest that Apple could re-invent Mac Pro for WWDC
New evidence suggest new Mac Pros coming soon–new Nvidia Titan drivers spotted in OS X 10.8.4 beta
Architosh reviews AMD Radeon based Sapphire HD 7950 Mac Edition graphics card for Apple Mac Pros. This latest board from Sapphire offers users AMD’s 28nm based Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture with up to 4.3 billion transistors and highly tuned for OpenCL. We put it through a whole series of benchmarks across both gaming and pro markets, plus real world tests.
In a stunning reversal of fortunes compared to just a few years ago, Autodesk is now reporting that 80 plus percent of college students in CAD-based majors, such as architecture, engineering and industrial design, prefer Mac.
Apple’s graphic for WWDC sure hints at something stereographic….hmm?
Apple’s 2013 WWDC is set for early June – new iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 are set for being shown
Apple’s new headquarters architect looks to be getting involved in Apple’s Stores, complimenting a rich design team that includes Eight, Inc.
When it comes to the second larger industry in the world–the building and construction industry–the facts about mobile platforms tell quite a different story about Samsung (Android) vs Apple’s iOS
Apple halts Mac Pro sales in EU for now…USA made Mac Pro is very likely due later this year.
Next iMacs and their details may be released tomorrow…
In this latest installment of our Firm Profile series, we turn our attention to the work of architecture firm Candusso Arquitetos, who specialize in several large building types, including residential towers and hotels. The firm is entirely Mac-based and uses a highly developed arsenal of software applications to skillfully compete for its highly prized commissions.