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Mark Gurman M3 processors, malware in Windows and much more. The best of the week in I’m from Mac


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One more week we want to share with all of you some of the most outstanding news of the week in I’m from Mac. We are already on May 1 and therefore this Sunday we officially pass the month and a few days before another of Apple’s great events begins, the WWDC that takes place in the month of June. In any case, this full month is missing to reach the date, so we are going to focus now on the closest thing and specifically on the week that we have spent to see some of the news regarding the Apple world that have stood out the most.

Mark Gurman, who is known for his Apple leaks on Bloomberg, publishes an article explaining the projects Apple is working on and talks about new iMacs with M3 processors. Although it is not clear what kind of advances or technology this chip will use, it is good to know that Apple is already at work with new processors.


Apple Watch Series 7

And we are not going very far from the words written by Gurman. Another of the rumors that he launched this week refers to the possibility that the Cupertino company will launch a smart watch with satellite coverage for cases of emergency. We already saw this news a while ago and really personally I think it doesn’t make much sense to do this since satellite calls are really expensive, but that’s another topic…

Malware seems to continue to affect Windows users more than Mac users. It is true that in recent years the balance has been somewhat balanced in this regard and that Apple also dealt and has to deal with these types of attacksbut in this case Windows continues to be the OS that receives the most attacks of this type.


To finish we want to finish with a good news for Mac sales and it is that these continue to grow year after year. The changes introduced in recent times have clearly served to increase these sales and it seems that this trend will continue for quite some time.

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