Apple is holding its spring hardware launch event where the company is revealing new hardware, software and services. Here are some of the latest updates, in reverse chronological order.

Update: Apple’s Spring Loaded event has now ended. Check out the major announcements below, or read Liliputing’s article about the new iPad Pro for more details on Apple’s first tablets with M1 chips, up to 16GB of RAM and 2TB of storage, and a mini LED display (for the 12.9 inch  model). 

You can also find more information about Apple’s other new products and services in the press releases for the new iMac, iPad Pro, Apple TV 4K, AirTag, and Apple Podcasts app.

Apple iMac with M1 chip

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  1. More (consumer ARM) hardware to run Linux for Christmas 2021.
    Godspeed AsahiLinux project, marcan, Alyssa Rosenzweig et al.

  2. It’s like…an ipad on a stand with no battery, even more so now that the ipads have the m1.
    Far be it from my place to suggest marketing strategy to apple, but it’s like…if I was given an all in one desktop that thin, I’d kind of want to take it off the stand and use it as a tablet. Unless it’s more than 30 inches or so.

    1. Or better yet!
      Let the iMac grow to a 32in size (16:10 ratio), and have the hinge fold down to have the screen staying low to the top-of-desk. Now add touchscreen. Voila!

      You have a Home Tablet, that doubles as your Desktop PC. I think the 16GB RAM and 1TB storage are good, but the CPU is a tad underpowered. Where it’s lacking the most is no support of dGPUs, or eGPU solutions. So graphically your days are numbered.