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Intel advises against buying an Intel-based MacBook Pro if you need a PC for gaming. The company again pits Windows PCs against Apple systems

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Intel continues to attack Apple in the marketing field, claiming Core laptops are better than M1-based MacBooks.

But now Intel has decided to go further and is actually opposing its own processors. More specifically, the company claims that laptops with an Intel CPU are better than any MacBook at gaming, while comparing it to a 16-inch MacBook Pro based on the Core i9-9980H. Thus, here it is more important for Intel to show not the advantage of the processor, but still the advantage of the platform as a whole.

The specified MacBook Pro is compared with an unnamed laptop based on the Core i5-11400H and GeForce RTX 3060. And although the CPU in this case is far from the fact that it is faster than the Core i9-9980H anywhere, it still does not limit the video card, but in modern games the video card is much more important.

Intel advises against buying an Intel-based MacBook Pro if you need a PC for gaming.  The company again pits Windows PCs against Apple systems

In this case, the new RTX 3060 is compared to the not-so-recent Radeon Pro 5600M. Of course, this comparison is in favor of the former. Here Intel does not indicate what it was guided by when choosing a configuration, because it could have taken something from the RTX 3080, and then the comparison would be even more interesting.

In any case, as we can see, the MacBook Pro loses everywhere. It should be noted that Windows 10 was launched there via Boot Camp, although there are two tests where an Apple PC ran under macOS.

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But the problem with the butterfly keyboard will definitely not happen again. Apple is working on a folding MacBook with a flexible screen

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But the problem with the butterfly keyboard will definitely not

Apple has launched a project to develop a 20.25-inch foldable mobile device. Probably, we are talking about a folding MacBook.

Interestingly, the project allegedly does not have a specific plan for commercialization, and Apple took up development in order to keep up with the market. At the same time, there is a forecast according to which a similar product can enter the market in 2027.

But the problem with the butterfly keyboard will definitely not happen again.  Apple is working on a folding MacBook with a flexible screen

When unfolded, the screen diagonal, as already mentioned, will be 20.25 inches, and when folded it will be 15.3 inches. At the same time, to implement the Apple project, you need to use OLED screens. Resource The Elec says that to begin with, the company should transfer the rest of the MacBook and iPad to such panels, although it is not very clear why different products cannot have different types of panels. However, we have heard more than once about the company’s plans to release iPad Pro with OLED screens. As for the MacBook, the source says that Apple plans to release such models with OLED screens in 2025.

Also recall that earlier on the Web there were rumors that Apple is working on a foldable tablet. It may come out before a foldable laptop.

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Alienware to release 18-inch gaming laptop for the first time since 2015

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Alienware to release 18 inch gaming laptop for the first time

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is scheduled to take place next month in Las Vegas, January 5-8. Alienware has confirmed the reveal of a new gaming laptop at the event.

Alienware Short Video Teaserposted on Twitter confirms a key feature of his upcoming proposal. The device boasts a large 18-inch display. It will be Alienware’s first 18-inch gaming laptop since 2015, when a Dell subsidiary announced a limited edition dual-GPU edition. The brand then focused on 14-inch and 17-inch models. The tweet reads: “Signs around you, something big is coming soon.”

Alienware to release 18-inch gaming laptop for the first time since 2015

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Presumably, the device will receive a 4K resolution display with a high refresh rate, modern processors and graphics cards, as well as an improved cooling system.

Clearly, Alienware’s 18-inch gaming laptop will fall into the premium price range.

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Apple launches self-repair program in Europe: everything you need to fix your iPhone and MacBook

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Apple launches self repair program in Europe everything you need to

Apple today announced the launch of the Self Service Repair Program in Europe.

Apple launches self repair program in Europe everything you need to

Now, users not only in the US, but also in a number of European countries will be able to repair their Apple devices on their own.

Users in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the UK can now get the tools they need, purchase genuine Apple parts, and access repair guides from the Apple Repair Store.

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As Apple notes, customers will be able to perform many of the most common repairs for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 series, as well as laptops based on Apple’s SoC.

The program was announced last year, became available to iPhone owners in the US in the spring, and MacBooks joined in August.

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