Last year, though, each new release was given its own focus. Because of its enhanced 5G cellular connectivity and revamped physical appearance, the iPhone 12 spurred a rush of upgrades. In his assessment of the iPhone 12 before its release last year, News Media called it “one of our highest-rated phones of all time.” “5G compatibility, a new attractive design, better cameras, and four different models,” he said, “all of which combine to make the iPhone 12 an absolute unit.”
Last year, Apple’s PCs were also a highlight. Apple started a big technological shift in October when it replaced the microprocessor brains in its MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops, as well as its Mac Mini desktop computers. Apple had chosen to use technologies developed by the same individuals who make the iPhone’s microprocessors instead of chips made by industry titan Intel. Apple’s new M1 CPUs have been praised by critics such as Dan Ackerman, who praised the device’s performance and battery life. According to Apple, customers liked them as well, helping to push Mac sales to new highs.
The next edition of Apple’s domestic chip said to be called the M1X, is expected to be unveiled this fall. Apple is likely to use this new technology to wean even more of its devices away from Intel processors. Apple has announced that Intel-powered Mac laptops will be available alongside its newer technology for at least another year.
Some of Apple’s latest augmented reality features could be discussed. This invitation, like the others before it, uses augmented reality to create a mixed reality portal.