Apple brings back John Hodgman as the ‘PC Guy’ to make fun of Windows laptops – Times of India

After introducing its personal ARM-based mostly chip for Mac gadgets, Apple couldn’t resist the urge to make fun of Windows laptops at its ‘One More Thing’ occasion. And to mock Microsoft Windows gadgets, Apple introduced back actor John Hodgman and the recollections of Mac versus PC adverts of the mid -2000s. After Apple CEO Tim Cook signed off boasting about the efficiency and battery marvels of new MacGuide Air and MacGuide Pro with M1 chips, there was one other ‘one more thing’ that Apple did.
In a 40-second video at the finish of the occasion, Hodgman appeared as the ‘PC guy’ to query Apple about the want to make noiseless laptops or the want for providing higher battery life when you may all the time plug it to the wall socket to cost. Also, taking about efficiency, the PC man had his personal means to present how briskly it’s.
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00:42Watch: Apple mock Windows laptops after launch of new MacBooks with M1 chip

Watch: Apple mock Windows laptops after launch of new MacBooks with M1 chip

Though it isn’t clear whether or not Apple will deliver back the ‘PC guy’ in mainstream commercials, the small clip at the finish of the occasion introduced back previous recollections of Apple-Microsoft rivalry.
Apple introduced a giant improvement for Mac gadgets as it bid goodbye to Intel chips. The firm launched its personal ARM-based mostly chip that can energy its Mac vary of computer systems in future. Called M1, the processor options an eight-core CPU and Apple claims it’s the quickest CPU in the world.
The new M1 processor, as per Apple, is all about energy effectivity. The eight-core CPU, in accordance to Apple, offers the greatest efficiency per watt in a CPU.
Comparing it to different Windows laptop computer CPUs, Apple stated that the M1 chip attracts 1/4th of energy to ship peak efficiency. The eight-core CPU can also be paid with 4 excessive-effectivity cores. What the Apple processor can even do is enable iPhone and iPad apps to run on the Mac gadgets.

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