The startup sound is back on the Apple Silicon-equipped Mac, I’m worried about software compatibility

The Mac using Apple Silicon was announced on November 10, 2020. There are four aspects in the case video that I was involved in viewing. There are four points: (1) continuous call “times faster,” (2) the startup sound returned, (3) the maximum memory is 16 GB, and (4) compatibility with Rosetta 2.

Monday, November 16, 2020, 12:45 GMT

Next, about the constant “Times Faster” call. In the case recording of around 50 minutes, how many times was “number times quicker” spoken? I wrote the “positive” letter at first and numbered it but I found on the way that it was too unproductive and stopped. Quick speed is definitely a big bit of justice” for computers.

Users like me who have been using Macs since the 1980s have migrated from the “MC68000” series of Motorola CPUs to PowerPC in the past, and turned to Intel CPUs that give up on PowerPC. It is understandable that a big improvement like this one is important to retain the “justice.” I’ve seen the transition twice…

The cataclysm poses such threats to the people in the Mac ecosystem. Inhabitants include general consumers, manufacturers of applications, suppliers of peripherals, and supply chain entities.

In retrospect, in the last two changes, I recall that there was some uncertainty and extra cost, but all the negative factors were overwritten by the resulting “justice.” “Results are all right” is the early story.

“Today is a big day for the Mac and a big day for Apple. Only by making bold improvements can such a big step be done,” Tim Cook said, closing the video of the incident. Apple would have had to chat loudly about the “justice” and “times faster” in order to achieve the understanding of the people of the ecosystem for the dangerous “bold improvements.”