Another week has gone by and its time, once again to go over the best stories we covered here on A&T Tech.
In the news this week, Apple released macOS Big Sur, BMW unveiled the somewhat controversial new iX SUV, Apple announced the new M1 chip for Macs, Ford announced a new all-electric Transit and Tesla announced that it now has 20,000 Superchargers worldwide.
BMW announced the iX, a fully bespoke, 500bhp, all electric SUV
BMW announced this new SUV this week, while it is technically impressive with a lot of power – the reaction online seems to be more on the negative side when it comes to the styling.
Apple announces the M1 chip for new Mac models
This week, Apple announced the start of the new line of chips that will be replacing Intel in Macs. The first new models went on sale this week.
Ford announces new E-Transit with up to 217 miles of range
Earlier this week, Ford announced the new E-Transit, it has over 200 miles of range but wont be coming to Europe until 2022.
Tesla now has 20,000 chargers on the Supercharger network
This week, Tesla announced that it has recently installed the 20,000th Supercharger stall in the world.
Apple released macOS Big Sur
Apple made macOS Big Sur available to the general public earlier this week. It does drop support for some 2012 and 2013 Macs.