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Apple silicon for Macs is finally here!



Apple held a product launch event Tuesday, where it announced its first homemade chip for the Mac, the M1.

The company introduced three new Macs powered by the chip: A new MacBook Air laptop, a new 13-inch MacBook Pro laptop and Mac Mini desktop computer. Apple made several claims about the M1′s performance and how it’ll contribute to better battery life in the new Macs.

Earlier this year, Apple announced its plans to use “Apple Silicon” in its laptops and desktop computers running the MacOS operating system. Apple has used Intel chips in its Mac computers since 2005. The transition means Apple will start using chips based on the same technology as the chips in iPhones and iPads. It also means Macs will be able to run apps originally developed for iPhones.

Personally here at Tech Bytes we are excited for this development, but we will probably wait before picking up anything with the new M1 Apple Silicon chips. Past experience with Apple is when they try new things, it usually takes a few rounds before they get it right.

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2021 Toyota Supra Specs & Video




2021 Blue Toyota Supra GR A91 Edition

The Toyota Supra is back and some say better than ever, but I will let you be the judge of that. The updated 2021 Supra comes in 4 models; 2.0, 3.0, 3.0 Premium and the decked out A91 Edition. You can choose from 8 different colors, 3 Trim options, and 3 wheel options. With prices starting at $43,000 and ranging up to $55,000 you are sure to see performance and luxury even from the base model.

2021 Toyota Supra Specs (In-Line Six)

Here are the specs for the tricked out 2021 Toyota GR Supra, 6-Cylinder A91 Edition

  • Top speed: 155 mph (electronically controlled)
  • 3.0L Twin-Scroll Single-Turbo DOHC 24-Valve Inline 6-Cylinder Engine
  • 382 horsepower and 368 lb-ft of torque
  • 8-speed automatic transmission (RWD)
  • Paddle Shifters
  • 3,400-pound curb weight
  • 19″ forged-aluminum twin-spoke wheels
  • Black leather, blue stitched interior
  • 6-lens auto-leveling LED headlights

2021 Toyota Supra Specs (In-Line Four)

Here are the specs for the base model 2021 Toyota Supra, 4-Cylinder 2.0 Edition

  • Top speed: 155 mph (electronically controlled)
  • 2.0L Twin-Scroll Single-Turbo 4-Cylinder Engine
  • 255 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque
  • 8-speed automatic transmission (RWD)
  • Paddle Shifters
  • 3,400-pound curb weight
  • 18″ cast-aluminum 10-spoke wheels
  • Black leather, blue stitched interior
  • 6-lens auto-leveling LED headlights

2021 Toyota GR Supra Brochure

View or download the official Toyota Supra brochure to see some awesome pictures as well as a fully detailed feature list as well as comprehensive engine, interior, exterior, and trim information.

The 2021 Toyota Supra VS the 2021 Nissan GT-R

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Is “WFH” really a good thing?




Bill Gates predicts that most in-person meetings will be a thing of the past and that “50% of business travel” will never return after the Covid pandemic.

If this is true, is it good or bad? And how do we adjust to it?

In a recent article Bill Gates said:

“My prediction would be that over 50% of business travel and over 30% of days in the office will go away,”

But also goes on to say:

“More could be done on the software side to allow for serendipitous run-ins after meetings,”

As of mid-October Microsoft announced that they are moving 150,000 people to permanently work from home.

Inversely, there are arguments claiming that the “WFH” mandate is hurting their creativity and ability to collaborate and innovate.

In an article written by Joe McKendrick, he argues that work from home culture could be hurting our creativity and our ability to rapidly innovate.

“The team can come unglued pretty fast as members begin to feel psychologically disconnected from one another.”

“61%, report they have not learned how to effectively delegate and empower virtual teams.”

Click to Read McKendrick’s Article

Also in an article from Bloomberg.comIt’s Not Just You. Lockdowns Make Us Less Creative.

Wisdom from Reddit:

“This was such an issue in Japan before, though on a usually smaller scale. We’d go back and forth between companies all over the city for minutes-long meetings, wasting usually half a day each time. Remote work has been so much more productive, though some people I work with see those who want to stay remote as ‘lazy’…” Reddit User kurodon85

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Tailwind Css v2.0 Is Finally Here!




It’s been 18 months since Tailwind v1.0 was released and the team has pushed some major updates in that time but now v2.0 is here and ready to impress!

What’s new in Tailwind v2.0:

  1. All-new color palette
  2. Dark mode support
  3. Extra wide 2XL breakpoint
  4. New outline ring utilities
  5. Utility-friendly form styles
  6. Default line-heights per font-size
  7. Extended spacing, typography, and opacity scales
  8. Use @apply with anything
  9. New text overflow utilities
  10. Extend variants
  11. Group-hover and focus-within by default
  12. Default transition duration and easing curve
  13. Incompatibility with IE11
  14. Upgrade to PurgeCSS 3.0
  15. Upgrade to PostCSS 8

Plus more, view the entire changelog.

How to get started with Tailwind v2:

You can download all of the Tailwind package files directly from their GitHub

The quickest way get started is by linking their CDN into an HTML starter template

<link href="^2/dist/tailwind.min.css" rel="stylesheet">

Here is the HTML starter template for self-serving your Tailwind CSS files

<!doctype html>
  <meta charset="UTF-8" />
  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0" />
  <link href="/path/to/tailwind.css" rel="stylesheet">
  <!-- ... -->
  <!-- ... -->

How to upgrade form Tailwind v1 to Tailwind v2:

If you already have projects on Tailwind v1.x and want to update to v2.0 then no worries! They make it super easy to update your old projects and should only take about half an hour to complete.


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