387: ARMed & Dangerous
11 November 2020
Our first reactions to Apple's ARM event, how these new systems will impact developers, and if we're buying one.
- Apple Event — November 10 - YouTube — Join us for a special Apple Event on November 10 at 10 a.m. PST. Set a reminder and we’ll send an update before the show.
- New MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Still Have 720p Camera, But Apple Promises Better Quality From M1 — During today’s event where Apple unveiled the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models, there was a mention of a new image signal processor for the camera, which brings some improvements to camera quality.
- MacBook Air and MacBook Pro M1 Chips Have Same 8-Core CPUs, No Upgrades Available — The newly announced MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models that Apple announced today are equipped with the same 8-core M1 chip that also offers an integrated GPU, with Apple offering no CPU upgrades.
- M1 MacBook Pro Replaces Low-End Model, Higher-End Intel Options Still Available — The new 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M1 chip replaces the lower-end MacBook Pro models that were previously available, and Apple is continuing to sell it right alongside higher-end models that continue to feature Intel chips.
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In this course, ACG will quickly cover how to connect to various database types. Then, we will jump into using the pandas Python package for data preparation.