Apple and Zoom have released a powerful app just in time for this holiday season!
M1 MacBook’s native app has been recently launched and to keep things more exciting, Apple’s partnership with Zoom has created a powerful app. This app is said to be the best thing that happened this Christmas, which is the perfect fit for the new Apple Silicon Macs. This means also that the app now works even better for Mac machines running M1 chips.
M1 MacBook’s Powerful Chip
Having the pandemic all throughout the year, it has been cumbersome to communicate to everyone. This then gave an idea to the two big companies, Zoom and Apple to upgrade the Zoom’s application for it drains the computer’s battery. Users will be able to use it though by downloading the new Zoom version.
The new version of the application includes a lot of useful features that can be used by different users. Some of the features are new reaction buttons, a raise your hand button, SMS and MMS support, grouping of security options and cloud contact integration.
Microsoft’s Surface ARM Chips are speculated to be created within the next year to compete with Apple’s Silicon Chip MacBook M1. And the recent Apple MacBook M1 is quite impressive for its faster and smoother system. However, according to Bloomberg reports, Microsoft is currently looking for the possibility of manufacturing its own chips, which could leave Intel behind.
The initial reports were focusing more on the new chips that can be used for servers powering the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. But besides that, it intrigued consumers of the possibility of a first-party ARM chip for Surface products that might be the one-size-fits-all processor.
However, the company didn’t give any confirmation on the speculation of its existence. A Microsoft spokesperson only stated, “Because silicon is a foundational building block for technology, we’re continuing to invest in our own capabilities in areas like design, manufacturing, and tools, while also fostering and strengthening partnerships with a wide range of chip providers.”