Apple products are no stranger to shipping delays, and the month of October 2021 is no exception. Apple's newest MacBook Pro model has been met with mixed reviews due to its high price point, but it still remains one of the best laptops on the market. The company also introduced a new series of Apple Watches in October that have received mostly positive feedback from consumers. And finally, let's not forget about all those iPhone rumors.
Apple's new processors came at the perfect time. October 2021 is going to be remembered for two of them in particular-the M1 Max and Pro MacBook Pros are set to launch soon, but there were so many other products announced as well! A list includes updates like an Apple Watch Series 4 with cellular capabilities or Airpods 2 which will double their storage capacity when placed together on one charge.
In the month when Facebook changed its name and absolutely nothing that addressed a single one of their problems, so Apple finally released what no one had been begging for. You can say, "Hey Siri! Play me a playlist of the songs I need to hear when my new MacBook Pro arrives and UPS adds weeks onto their shipping."
Apple Music Voice is a new, cheaper service that gives you a startling range of mood music playlists - all accompanied with Siri misunderstanding. If you're an Apple Music subscriber, your subscription pays off in the form of countless new playlists. These are only available to be accessed through Siri's voice commands and cannot be found on any playlist nor can they just appear everywhere online for free like some other services might offer their users with more lax policies about copyright laws concerning streaming audio content within apps made by these tech giants such as Spotify which permits fans listening there have access not only its own curated selection so does YouTube among many others while still being illegal under US law unless exemptions apply - but let me stop here because my point is clear enough: if everthing seems too easy where all good things come. Siri's great, but Apple Music Voice may not be the on-ramp to getting more people subscribing.
Unleashing new colors
The company might actually have more luck with the HomePod mini of many colors. No question, it's excellent and these new color options are very nice!
The rumour mill was in full swing when it came to what Apple had up their sleeve. From gold, blue and green color options for the future iPhone line to an upgraded display with higher resolutions than ever before- there were plenty of rumors about which colors would be available at launch or if they even deserved any time during "Unleashed" event all together!
Fortunately for Apple, Mr Hyperbole had a really bad day. He was hammered by an unexpected storm of MacBook Pro laptops which came out of nowhere and buried him alive in blue-ish purple vomit while HomePod mini's were being launched simultaneously with their color options following suit shortly thereafter - not surprisingly given how many people are using them at work already! And there you have it: two new processors from Intel meant nothing when mixed up against what seems like everyone vying to get one themselves because somebody heard they're good enough without having tried any yet or knowing anything about gaming rigs other than that 1+1 doesn't always = 2.
The MacBook Pro you want is here
The new 14-inch MacBook Pro is an instant classic, if you are a tech reviewer. And it will become one of your favorite laptop only in December when most orders arrive! All new Apple devices are proving more difficult to get than ever before, with the company almost seeming like they're purposefully making them just barely too few so that people will go out of their way for it. This time around though there were component shortages and transport problems worldwide which caused immediate delays in shipping dates on Macbooks Pro - but don't worry; after some adjustments these two issues should be fixed soon!
n the past, getting a MacBook Pro was difficult. The base models were sluggish and slow to respond if you bought them from an Apple Store or online retailer like Best Buy - but things have changed!
“I recently preordered one of these gorgeous laptops with Silver Sand Edition at my local Target store because it has better specs than what I could find anywhere else," said Kim Sutton who's been looking forward to finally owning her very own MBP since last year when theyfirst came out . "The shipping was fast as well--it only took three days total before mine arrived on our front doorstep."
The Apple Watch you want is backordered
When the new Apple Watch Series 7 went on sale in October 2021, it was delayed for unknown reasons. Shipping estimates were pretty much instantaneous and many people reported that their order had not even shipped by then end of September which suggests there may have been manufacturing issues at least locally with some models--something unusual given how smoothly other products are produced each year around this time
The same can't be said about when preorders opened up last fall - suddenly things started slipping back very fast indeed! The delay continues today despite being launched as coming soon only weeks ago- now I'm really curious what they'll announce tomorrow?
The Apple Watch has been hyped to the moon and back, but it seems like not everyone who preorders gets what they want. One person might think there's no way something could go wrong when ordering online - after all this is 2013 right? But then again two people trying at exactly the same time would get different results which proves otherwise!
The Apple Watch might be the most popular smartwatch, but shoppers who wanted one found themselves forced into a frustrating process. For instance, if you wanted titanium and didn't have an iPhone to pair with it at launch there was no way for your purchase - even when they offered deals on other bands as well!
The company has now fixed this by allowing international shipping so people can buy products anywhere without any language barriers or time zones getting in their way... But wait; wasn’t everything else broken too? Well yes--parts shortages meant some countries had less stock than others leading to unpredictable inventory levels while also affecting price points depending where someone lived around world thanks again global supply chain issues that made things more expensive overall due both.
AppleInsider is reporting that while many Apple Stores in different countries have been getting in the new Watch Series 7, there's a shortage of stock and they don't know how long it will last. All stores we contacted said they've been receiving daily shipments from Cupertino but can never predict when something might come or what kind would be ordered--just like with previous editions!
In order to get a Watch for Christmas, many people were excited and eager. A new site has started selling Apple Watches online only with the hopes that they will have it in stores soon so you can pick one up at your local mall or outlet center on Black Friday. That's a good idea. If you want something, don't pre-order it and risk getting frustrated with the seller if they don't follow through on their side of things."
AirPods 3 at last
You could have bought the AirPods 3 whenever you liked, but now that Apple has finally made enough of them and shipped out their eagerly awaited product in October (after what seemed like a year), we can all enjoy this new version without any more waiting around.
The Apple event this week was all about the newest products, but I believe that one product in particular stole the show. The MacBook Pro is not only sleek and modern like you could never imagine before; it also has some amazing features which make working on your computer much more enjoyable for both professionals as well as casual users alike! Plus with its new Touch Bar fitted across from where my fingers rest when using a traditional keyboard - cooking up content just got easier than ever thanks to laptop innovation at its finest form yet again by none other then Steve Jobs himself.
But back to that MacBook Pro
Intel, finally realizing its mistake from last generation and sensing that people had become too eager for the latest technology without thoroughly thinking through what they were doing. Intel tried their best to stop us by releasing two new processors which are more powerful but also much slower than previous models in order make up some ground on Apple's newest pieces of equipment. Intel did try save us! They realized how foolishly fast our society is becoming with all this tech innovation--they knew there was no way these MacBook Pro Edition could live up so badly wanted them because M1 Pro & Max Processors have transformed into performance leapfrogs.
Intel knows best, but with so many people arguing back and forth about whether or not their marketing campaigns are effective - it's hard to tell who has the right answer. It was only a matter of time before someone unpacked what Intel really means by "watch." No one can argue that Intel doesn't have an eye for brand-building excellence: They've been successfully adorning our computers since 1968! However after Octobers launch into another slightly cringe campaign telling us how great these processors (which we previously had) were going be until October 2017 when they released new ones.
It's not always about which operating system is better, but rather what you need your computer for. Windows has a lot more features and options to customize it how YOU want instead of being limited by Apple who only gives their users certain limits on customization. Whether this was the killer advantage or not will depend entirely upon the user themselves as well as their specific needs in regards with desktop computers- whether big/heavy duty workstation grade machines running 24/7 at peak times around networks etc., light weight notebooks used mostly off site from office environments where battery life still matters due both power demands placed onto CPU cores.
"What kind of person does something like that?" you ask yourself. "It wasn't Intel, no." And then the answer hits - because there are people in this world who would rather have their name out on Twitter than keep it safe for when they become famous or rich again. A complete stranger leaked a PowerPoint presentation showing how much better Alder Lake processors were going be compared to M1 Pro and Max by leaking information about future products ahead which can spoil everything perfectly planned before hand.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has been trying to make amends with Apple, even if it's just for the M1 Pro and Max processors. Intel also wants them in their line up of chips because they are harder than fabricating 5nm processors that have 57 billion transistors on them! Samsung is interested too but only after seeing how successful these would be at boosting sales numbers through new features not yet seen elsewhere before. It was actually quite difficult making PowerPoint slides when you consider all aspects other than fabricating 555-nm Processors which can contain 1125+ GFlops per second—easily beating out any competition available today or tomorrow according.
Look back in October
Steve Jobs' death marked the 10th anniversary of his life. It's hard to believe how much time has passed by since he moved over Mac computers to Intel, but it is true that 2021 was ten years ago-and a lot can happen in just one decade!
The month also saw the 10th birthday of Siri, and those new MacBook Pros came out on about 30 years since they first released the PowerBook. In February 2017 we had a blast celebrating our favorite inventions from around this time last year including voice assistants like Alexa or Google Home in addition to some more futuristic gadgets! It's hard not envisioning what will be considered cutting edge technology given how quickly things change but one thing seems certain: there'll always be people trying their hardest just get ahead no matter where you're going next."
In 1991, Apple had revenues of about $6.3 billion for the year and in 2021 it reported earnings to be around 83 million - this means that by just five years later back then when they first started reporting quarterly results there was an increase from six point three trillion dollars (that's with a t!)-to over eight hundred thirty three Quadrillion!
Apple had around 11,000 employees back when the PowerBook was launched. By three years later on September 30 1994 it reached a total of 2787 regular full-time staff members and 3305 temporary or part time contractors & workers for Apple Inc..
For September 25, 2021 Apple had to estimate how many staff it has. Its financial filings say the company has "approximately 154,000 full-time equivalent employees." Unfortunately for October 1st 2020 you could knock another 1 off that list when controversial firing against an employee was announced just days before in advance of its actual take place date; this time over fears he would impede investigation into alleged misuse or leaking sensitive information (though no evidence supports these claims).
Apple Maps program manager Janneke Parrish was accused of deleting crucial files — including the app Pokemon GO, which is also known as "the new frontier" for smartphone gamers. The #AppleToo group has surfacing accounts from employees who claim they are being paid unequally and harassed at work by higher ranking officials within Apple's HR department to cover up these problems with sensitive information leaking out into public forums like Facebook or Twitter where it can be accessed by competitors outside their company. It turns out there were cached versions left behind on her phone after downloading some apps so she could continue playing , but none would open now since everything related had been deleted.
The recent scandals surrounding harassment and discrimination, both at Apple as well as other companies like Uber or Amazon demonstrate that these problems are not exclusive to one industry. This is a good thing because sometimes we need reminders about the importance of standing united against hate crimes no matter who they affect – employees from all walks-of life deserve respect on their jobs! Mind you: Sometimes even corporations change over time; which can lead some people ( myself included ) into thinking “well maybe this company isn’t so bad now then.” #AppleToo received 500 complaints within just three days after launch? What happened between October 2021.
Play the game
An interesting new report has found that Apple earnings from gaming are more than the combined profits of Sony, Nintendo Microsoft and Activision. Apple must've read that report because at the very end of October, its regulatory earnings filing had a potentially significant change. Previously it listed only two competitors - Android and Windows; however following Apple's addition to this list there exist three more companies with which they compete: Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) ,and Nintendo Co Ltd .
So Apple says it's a gaming company. You can't argue against that since 70% of the App Store revenue comes from games, and there's also that Arcadehttps://appleinsider.com/inside/Apple-Arcade service you keep meaning to check out. It didn't take long for gamers around this world (especially on iOS) get excited when they heard about two new game consoles coming soon; one by Microsoft Corporation called Xbox One X + another developed entirely in house at apple named "iPhone 8" which competes directly with Samsung Note 9.
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