Mac Pro with two M1 Ultra processors, official macOS Monterey, and more. The best of the week in I’m from Mac

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Launch week at Apple after the event last Tuesday, March 8. The Cupertino company put all the products up for sale this week and began to reach users last Friday, March 18 so many of them already have them in their hands. In addition, the Cupertino stores spread throughout the territory began to sell the new iPhone 13 models in green, the new iPad Air and some units of the Mac Studio. But if you are waiting for the arrival of your product at Soydemac, we want to make your wait more enjoyable and we will share with all of you the most outstanding news of this week.

Can you imagine a Mac Pro with an M1 Ultra processor? And with two? Well, this is precisely what is being rumored on the net after the presentation of the new Apple processors at the event on March 8 that the next Apple desktop could add two units of this powerful processor inside.

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The arrival of macOS Monterey 12.3 is now official and with it the arrival of several important new features for the Mac operating system. Some of these new features are really expected by many users and that is that Universal control, Spatial Audio, notes in passwords or new emojis are some of the novelties of this new macOS.

The analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, indicates in the latest rumors about the Apple Car that it will not be seen on the street. Apple’s project is really ambitious We are already convinced that they have worked on it since Cupertino, but it is possible that it will not be profitable to manufacture an intelligent car, so for now we continue as before with rumors and more rumors but without any certain news.

Universal Control

For all those who have forgotten about the computers that are compatible with Apple Universal Control, this week we have written again on the subject in I am from Mac and it is that It’s been a long time since we saw this feature introduced and now after so long without launching it is already available on some computers.

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