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Monday 19 July 2021
Chip probing houses to gain from new iPhone SE series, say sources
Apple reportedly is set to roll out its third-generation iPhone SE series in the first half of 2022, providing new business opportunities for chip probing specialists including TSMC...
Wednesday 5 May 2021
Apple may lead AIO PC market with new iMac
With chip and component suppliers prioritizing their shipments supporting high-end products, such as the iMac, Apple is likely to overtake HP as the top all-in-one (AIO) PC brand...
Friday 30 April 2021
M1 chip takes credit for record Mac sales in 1Q21
Apple saw first-quarter 2021 sales of its MacBook series adopting M1 chips grow 4.9% sequentially and 70.09% on year to a record quarterly high of US$9.102 billion, mainly driven...
Friday 23 April 2021
Foxconn to see new iPad Pros boost April revenuese
Apple's newly launched 11- and 12.9-inch iPad Pros are manufactured solely by Foxconn Technology Group (Hon Hai Precision Industry), which is expected to boost the manufacturer's...
Thursday 22 April 2021
New iMac to boost Quanta AIO PC shipments in 2021
Quanta Computer will see shipments for Apple's new iMac series boost its total AIO (all-in-one) PC shipments this year, market sources believe. Hewlett-Packard (HP) is another major...
Thursday 22 April 2021
TSMC stepping up 5nm chip output
TSMC will be stepping up its 5nm chip output, scaling it up to as much as 150,000 wafers monthly starting in the second quarter through the end of this year, according to industry...
Wednesday 21 April 2021
Apple unveils new M1-powered iMac and Apple TV 4K
Apple has introduced a new iMac in a 11.5mm-thin design, enabled by the M1 chip. It also unveiled a new Apple TV 4K powered by the A12 Bionic chip.
Wednesday 3 February 2021
Global AIO PC shipments to fall in 1Q21, says Digitimes Research
Global AIO (all-in-one) PC shipments will be weighed down by lingering shortages of crucial parts and components to suffer a sequential decline of 17.5% in the first quarter of 2021,...
Friday 12 June 2020
Radiant ready to ship BLUs for new iPads, iMacs, say sources
Backlit unit (BLU) supplier Radiant Opto-Electronics is said to be ready to ship BLUs for Apple's upcoming iPad and iMac products slated for launch in the second half of 2020, according...
Wednesday 12 February 2020
Apple reportedly to shift orders for new devices to assembly lines in Taiwan
Apple is mulling shifting more assembly orders for its new models slated for launch in the first half of 2020 to factories in Taiwan mainly to diversify production risks associated...
Tuesday 14 May 2019
Global AIO PC shipment forecast and industry analysis, 2019
Global all-in-one (AIO) PC shipments will continue shrinking in 2019, following 2018's around 2% on-year drop. With issues such as US-China trade tensions and Intel's CPU shortages,...
Tuesday 9 April 2019
Apple reportedly to adopt mini LED backlighting
Apple will adopt mini LED backlighting for a 31.6-inch iMac to be launched in the second or third quarter of 2019, a 10- to 12-inch iPad to be unveiled in fourth-quarter 2020 or first-quarter...
Thursday 14 December 2017
Quanta 4Q17 revenues to benefit from new iMac Pro, says paper
Apple began selling its new iMac Pro priced starting US$4,999 in several countries on December 14 and the orders are expected to greatly boost sales at its ODM, Quanta Computer, in...
Monday 23 October 2017
Taiwan OSAT firms busy packaging AMD GPUs for new iMacs
While Apple has started to release more orders to AMD for high-end GPUs needed for new iMac series since September 2017, Taiwan-based outsourced semiconductor assembly and test (OSAT)...
Monday 7 August 2017
Notebook vendors adopting different approaches to counter lackluster PC sales
Heavyweight notebook vendors Lenovo, HP and Apple are taking different approaches to counter lackluster PC sales in the global markets, with the former two adopting lower-pricing...
Monday 12 June 2017
Apple new iMac with Intel Kaby Lake platform
Apple has updated its iMac line with up to three times more powerful graphics, faster processors, Thunderbolt 3, storage options and brighter Retina displays, and added a Retina Ultra HD display and discrete graphics to the US$1,299 21.5-inch iMac. The iMac supports 3D graphics, video editing and gaming, and with macOS High Sierra coming this fall, iMac becomes a platform for virtual reality content creation. The updated iMac features Kaby Lake processors up to 4.2GHz with Turbo Boost up to 4.5GHz and supports up to twice the memory as the previous generation. Fusion Drive is now standard on all 27-inch configurations and the top-end 21.5-inch iMac. SSD storage options are now up to 50% faster. The iMac also comes with Thunderbolt 3 port. Graphics on iMac are more powerful across the line with the new Radeon Pro 500-series graphics with up to 8GB of vRAM. The 21.5-inch model delivers up to three times faster performance and the 27-inch model is up to 50% faster, according to Apple. iMac also comes with a new display that is 43% brighter at 500nits and with support for one billion colors.
Monday 19 October 2015
Apple iMac all-in-one PC with new Retina display
Apple has updated the entire iMac family, bringing a new Retina Ultra HD display to the 21.5-inch iMac for the first time and the Retina 5K display to every 27-inch iMac. The updated iMacs also feature more powerful processors and graphics, two Thunderbolt 2 ports and new storage options. Apple also introduced a new lineup of wireless accessories including the Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Trackpad 2. The Magic devices feature rechargeable batteries that eliminate the need for disposable batteries. The new Magic Trackpad also brings Apple's Force Touch interface to the desktop. The 21.5-inch iMac is available with the all-new Retina Ultra HD display featuring a 4,096 by 2,304 resolution and 9.4 million pixels, 4.5 times more than the standard 21.5-inch iMac display. Every 27-inch iMac features a Retina 5K display, currently the highest resolution all-in-one display with a 14.7 million pixels, 7 times more pixels than an HD display.
Tuesday 21 October 2014
Apple 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display all-in-one PC
Apple has unveiled the 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display, featuring high resolution display with 14.7 million pixels. With a resolution of 5120 by 2880, the iMac with Retina 5K display has four times more pixels than the standard 27-inch iMac and 67% more pixels than an Ultra HD display. In apps like Final Cut Pro X, users can view Ultra HD video at full size while still leaving plenty of room for their assets and editing tools. The iMac with Retina 5K display uses an oxide TFT-based panel. A single Apple-designed timing controller (TCON), with four times the bandwidth, drives all 14.7 million pixels. The iMac with Retina 5K display also uses highly efficient LEDs and organic passivation to improve image quality and reduce display power consumption by 30%, Apple said.
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Friday 3 December 2021
Impact of e-commerce, smart manufacturing on fashion industry
Friday 19 November 2021
Digitalizing textile supply chain
Friday 19 November 2021
Textile industry goes digital
TSMC enters pilot production of 3nm chips
OLED DDI supply may fall short of demand in 2022
Taiwan firms gearing up for upcoming Nvidia 5nm gaming GPUs
TSMC outsources part of CoWoS packaging production to OSATs
Samsung eyes reduced dependence on Qualcomm chips
US-Taiwan Economic Prosperity Partner Dialogue to connect Taiwan companies with US telecoms
Taiwan top-3 foundries poised to see combined revenues increase 25% in 2021
Digitimes Research worldwide notebook shipment update – October 2021
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