Mac Studio Stories May 13

A check on Macs available for immediate shipping from Apple shows that these are now limited to just three models. Other Macs involve waiting anywhere from one to two weeks all the way up to 11 weeks, depending on both model and country. Some of those who have already placed orders are seeing even longer waits.

It’s the latest measure of Chinese supply chain problems that Apple estimates could cost the company as much as $8B in lost revenue this quarter …

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Mac Studio Stories May 4

Jared Polin of FroKnowsPhoto is a Philadelphia-based YouTuber with a following of over one million. On the channel, Polin uses his extensive photography experience to create “Fun and Informative” videos on the subject. As part of a new “Dream Studio Makeover” project from Apple, Polin got to change the life of a young up-and-coming creative.  

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Alongside the Studio Display and Mac Studio announcement last month, Apple also started selling a new 1.8-meter Thunderbolt 4 Pro cable. The company also said it would release a 3-meter version of that cable soon, and now it’s officially available to purchase. Apple’s 3-meter Thunderbolt 4 Pro cable will set you back a cool $159…

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Mac Studio Stories April 30

I’ve been working on formulating my Mac Studio review for a couple of weeks, and I’ve finally been able to spend enough time with the machine to share my thoughts about Apple’s most powerful desktop offering.

I’ve had the opportunity to test both the high-end Mac Studio with M1 Ultra system on a chip, along with the entry-level M1 Max base model. Is the Mac Studio a worthwhile purchase for those looking for a desktop solution? Should you splurge for the M1 Ultra? Watch my hands-on video walkthrough as I share my observations and findings, and be sure to subscribe to 9to5Mac on YouTube for more Mac Studio-related videos.

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Mac Studio Stories April 18

Pro users of M1 Macs have reported disappointing transfer speeds with external SSDs, and tests appear to show that most M1 Mac Thunderbolt ports don’t support USB 3.1 Gen 2 – which means they don’t offer the maximum 10Gb/s transfer speeds that would be expected from Thunderbolt 4.

The tests were conducted on a 2021 16-inch MacBook Pro M1 Max, and a 2022 Mac Studio M1 Max …

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9to5Mac readers got a few days’ advance notice of Apple’s latest desktop computer – but if you’re in the market for one, which Mac Studio model should you buy? Or should you buy at all?

Apple offers the machine in two versions, M1 Max and M1 Ultra. The former runs the same chip as the top-end MacBook Pro, while the M1 Ultra is – on paper – in a whole new league …

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Mac Studio Stories March 31

When Apple compared the M1 Ultra GPU performance to what was then Nvidia’s most powerful graphics card, the company’s chart and quote were technically true, but rather misleading, says Macworld.

Apple gave the impression that the M1 Ultra outperformed the Nvidia RTX 3090, but this was not the case – and will be even less so now that Nvidia has launched the 3090 Ti …

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Mac Studio Stories March 23

Right after the Mac Studio hit stores last week, we saw some teardowns showing everything inside the machine. And while it became clear that Mac Studio has free storage slots, it was unclear whether users could upgrade on their own. Now iFixit has been able to confirm that although the Mac Studio’s internal storage is replaceable, it is not upgradable.

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Apple introduced multiple new products earlier this month at its “Peek Performance” event, including the iPad Air 5, Mac Studio, and the Studio Display. Now that customers can get their hands on these products, some Apple execs shared details in new interviews about how and why they were created.

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Mac Studio Stories March 18

The first Mac Studios are in the wild, and as is always the case, the first teardowns are starting to hit the web. Most notably so far, Max Tech on YouTube has taken apart the Mac Studio to reveal the internal design, the M1 Ultra, and a potential hint at upgradability.

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Mac Studio Stories March 17

Mac Studio and Studio Display were announced last week at Apple’s special “Peek Performance” event. As it is Friday in some countries on the other side of the world, customers are already getting their hands on Apple’s newest products.

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Apple introduced an all-new Mac category with the Mac Studio landing as the most powerful machine yet with Apple Silicon. And until Mac Pro transitions from Intel, Mac Studio will become the go-to for many creative pros and other power users. However, with more choice comes more to consider and while it looks tempting, Mac Studio could be overkill for many. Let’s dive into Mac Studio vs the rest of the Mac lineup.

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In a new interview with TechCrunch, three Apple executives have shared some interesting details on how the company approached developing the design and features of the Mac Studio and Studio Display.

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Apple will start selling the new Mac Studio this Friday. While users wait to get their hands on this new piece of hardware, journalists and analysts have published their experience with Apple’s latest desktop.

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Mac Studio Stories March 16

Apple will start selling the new Mac Studio this Friday. Fortunately, a lucky customer was able to get the new desktop a few days before its official release. With that, he shared some photos of this new pro-machine.

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Mac Studio Stories March 10

Apple’s brand new Mac Studio desktop computer is officially here. After being exclusively revealed by 9to5Mac, the Mac Studio was announced during Apple’s “Peek Performance” special event on March 8 featuring M1 Max and M1 Ultra chips, a new design, an array of connectivity, and more.

Head below as we roundup all of the features and details on Apple’s first all-new Mac desktop brand in years.

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Mac Studio Stories March 9

Yesterday, Apple introduced its last chip of the M1 family with the M1 Ultra processor. For now, this chip will only be available for the newest Mac Studio – a desktop in between the Mac mini and the Mac Pro. That said, once users were able to check the specifications of this new computer, they saw that the M1 Ultra chip version of the Mac Studio weighs two pounds more than the M1 Max version. Apple just explained why.

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Mac Studio Stories March 8

The most exciting news out of Apple’s “Peek performance” event was the all-new Mac Studio with the M1 Ultra chip and companion Studio Display. While the combo starts under $4,000, here’s what you get if you opt for the $10,000+ maxed-out Mac Studio setup.

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Apple on Tuesday announced its brand new tower computer called “Mac Studio,” which is aimed at professional users. First revealed by 9to5Mac, Mac Studio is powered by Apple’s new M1 Ultra chip.

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Mac Studio Stories March 7

Last week, 9to5Mac exclusively reported that Apple is developing a new “Mac Studio” desktop machine as a higher-end alternative to the existing Mac mini. Now, a new leak claims to offer our first look at the purported design of the Mac Studio as well as Apple’s more affordable alternative to the Pro Display XDR.

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