Dan Riccio, Apple’s longtime head of hardware is out — but not really. He’s going on to run a new and, so far, secret project. Meanwhile, John Ternus, the rising star of the engineering division is all in — at the executive team level. Why?
Why would Apple go to all the trouble of reverting almost every major change they made to the MacBook Pro back in 2016? Including the butterfly keyboard they replaced with the new Magic keyboard just over a year ago?
Apple absolutely will not tell you how much RAM is in an iPhone. They will hide how many milliamp hours the battery is. They won't even reveal the clock speed of their custom chipsets — it's not listed on the spec sheet. You can’t even turn your own damn AirPods on or off your own damn self. Why?
A lot of us — myself included — are having a hard time choosing between the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Especially now that pre-orders are less than a week away. So, here's why I'm personally choosing the iPhone 12 Pro Max this year.