The news about Apple's new A7 chip for the iPad Air just seems to keep getting better and better. According to benchmark tests performed by Geekbench (and reported by Cult of Mac), the new 64-bit chip allows Apple's newest tablet to reach 80 percent performance boosts over fourth generation iPad.
If you're someone absolutely obsessed with getting the best performance from your Mac, or understanding its abilities inside and out, MacTech Magazine is a good place to start. Beyond its various community events, MacTech really digs into Apple's hardware. Today, the 'zine's site benchmarks two of the most popular virtualization options for Mac OS X.
So, maybe you're thinking of buying a brand new iMac. Obviously, it's a powerful machine capable of editing high-definition video and running a multitude of professional design programs, but even the most determined creative mind needs a break once in a while. And when we think of unwinding, our thoughts quickly turn to videogames — so we decided to check out how the new Late 2012 27-inch iMac handles some of today's biggest Mac-compatible titles.