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Mac Studio and DMA have no more secrets about Club iGen

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Lively start of spring in Apple news! After a short period of hibernation, Tim Cook has emerged from his den with four new products under his arm.

Mac Studio, Studio Display…

Do the Mac Studio and the Studio Display do their job well? Is the all-new desktop computer as powerful as Apple wants to say? This is what Club iGen subscribers have been able to discover through our tests and analyses:

Mac Studio review: a Mac mini pro or a mini Mac Pro?

Test of the

Apple Studio Display review: the teleworker’s 5K

Kernel Panic: we do the after-sales service for the Mac Studio test!

Kernel Panic: we do the after-sales service for the Mac Studio test!

Is the Mac Studio noisy?

Is the Mac Studio noisy?

Desktop Mac buying guide: Mac mini, Mac Studio or Mac Pro?

Desktop Mac buying guide: Mac mini, Mac Studio or Mac Pro?

The release of a new Apple monitor was an opportunity to leap back more than 20 years to dust off a Studio Display that has neither a 5K panel, nor a webcam and even less an iPhone chip:

Retro MacG: the Studio Display that those under 20 cannot know

Retro MacG: the Studio Display that those under 20 cannot know

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Of course, we haven’t forgotten about mobile devices, with full tests of the new iPhone SE and iPad Air 5:

Test of the

iPad Air 5 (2022) test: a professional look

Test of the

iPhone SE 2022 review: an iPhone already half faded

The DMA and the rest of the news

The news is also the DMA, the new European regulations on major digital platforms that will upset the way Apple controls the iPhone. With exceptional regulations, exceptional explanations. This is not one article that iGen Club subscribers have read to understand all the issues of DMA, but three!

Negotiations, implementation, sanctions: the why and how of DMA

Negotiations, implementation, sanctions: the why and how of DMA

What DMA will change for the

What DMA will change for the App Store, iPhone and Apple

DMA: developers between fears and hopes

DMA: developers between fears and hopes

Being a subscriber to Club iGen even means being one step ahead of the news! Subscribers were able to discover our unpublished information on the Livebox Max offer from Orange, on the upcoming improvements to SNCF Connect and on the preparations around the future MacBook Air M2.

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And as always, the iGen Club has been enriched in recent weeks with various analyses, such as our state of play on eGPUs for Intel Macs, our testing of ProRes on iPhone 13 Pro or our detailed presentation of the Tesla API.

In addition to exclusive content, Club iGen is a dedicated website, ClubiGen.fr, ad-free and customizable, which brings together content from MacGeneration, iGeneration and WatchGeneration. In addition, the subscription allows you to remove advertising on all our media: websites, iOS app, Mac app, Apple TV app and even Android app. Difficult to do more complete.

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