Raw Power

There’s always a car analogy when talking about computers … and software is the fuel in this analogy. You can have an astoundingly powerful, astoundingly energy-efficient engine that makes the car reach 300 km/h in 2 seconds. But without fuel, the car won’t go anywhere. ~ Raw power alone is not enough by Riccardo Mori

I am so looking forward to my Mac Studio.

It's a well-written article, but I have one quibble.

It’s a maddening scenario: with their unnecessarily tight restrictions in the name of security (theatre), with their capricious and petty App review checkpoints, Apple seems to be actively obstructing innovation in software.

The minute after Apple relaxes its controls, the bad actors will make haste to exploit the situation, and the technology journalist will make a mint on clickbait "Apple security sucks" articles.

Author: Khürt Williams

a human, an application security architect, avid photographer, nature lover, and formula 1 fan who drinks beer.

2 thoughts on “Raw Power”

  1. I look forward to hearing more about it when it arrives. It will be good to get the perspective of a fellow photographer. So far most folks I've stumbled across reviewing one are video or audio folks. I will admit to not always loving Apple's decisions. I love many of their products and much prefer their OS, but sometimes I get very aggravated with some of their moves, obviously though, not enough for me to jump ship. 🙂

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