November 10, 2020

Video replay of today’s event will be available shortly.

Here’s what we announced.

Packed with an astonishing 16 billion transistors, the new M1 chip integrates the CPU, GPU, Neural Engine, I/O, and so much more onto a single tiny chip. Combined with the new macOS Big Sur, M1 delivers category-smashing speed, mind-bending graphics, and power efficiency and battery life that defy belief.

Citrix Workspace app for Mac combines ease of deployment and use, and offers quick, secure access to hosted applications and desktops. Deprecation The announcements in this article are intended to give you advanced notice of platforms, Citrix products, and features that are being phased out so that you can make timely business decisions.

Our thinnest, lightest notebook, supercharged by the M1 chip. A powerful Apple CPU. Next-level graphics. A silent, fanless design with up to 18 hours of battery life.

The M1 chip comes to MacBook Pro. Bringing far more power. Incredible graphics. An advanced Neural Engine for enhanced machine learning. Superfast unified memory. And up to 20 hours of battery life — the longest-ever battery life in a Mac.

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The M1 chip takes Mac mini to the next level. Incredible performance, speedy graphics, superfast unified memory, and a powerful Neural Engine bring unprecedented capability to our most versatile, do-it-all desktop.

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What's everyone saying?

Ethan Marcotte

“I couldn’t use Twitter without Twitterrific.”

Ethan Marcotte — @beep

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John Siracusa

“Twitterrific’s unified timeline matches the way I think about Twitter: a single, chronological stream of tweets, regardless of type. The fact that Twitterrific is also a great Twitter client with all the other features you’d expect—including separate views for mentions, DMs, etc.—is just icing on the cake.”

John Siracusa — @siracusa

Michael Lopp

“A daily corner of my desktop feels revitalized.”

Michael Lopp — @rands

Manuel Alejandro López Zarzosa

“Now I can finally use the best client on all my devices!”

Manuel Alejandro López Zarzosa — @manuelale69

Alex Waddell

“I’ve been an active participant in the Phoenix Kickstarter beta and I’m delighted with the final app. Its elegant features, combined with lot of great UI touches, make Twitter a delight to use on the Mac again.”

Alex Waddell — @alexwaddell

Daniel Jalkut

“It's exciting to see the very first Twitter client being rethought in 2017 as the very newest one.”

Daniel Jalkut — @danielpunkass

Brent Simmons

“I switched immediately. It was like coming home.”

Brent Simmons — @brentsimmons

Seth Roby

“Twitterrific makes Twitter simple, fun, and quick. Thank you for bringing it back to the Mac, where I still spend most of my days.”

Seth Roby — @TALlama

“Twitterrific has the potential to make bored users fall in love with Twitter all over again.”

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Christine Preusler — HostingAdvice.com

“My favorite Twitter client.”

Robyn Oglesby — MacSources

“Features the same finesse that we’ve seen in Twitterrific for iOS, but at the same time, also leverages all the features offered by macOS.”

Preshit Deorukhkar — Beautiful Pixels

“The Iconfactory has given users a high degree of control over how Twitterrific looks within a clean, easy-to-read design.”

John Voorhees — MacStories

“Packs a ton of features into the new app...fantastic keyboard and accessibility support, delightful sounds, and a few nostalgic Easter eggs from past incarnations.”

Chris De Jabet — Full City Press

“The app delivers a good handful of features Mac users will like.”

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Sarah Perez — TechCrunch

“Finally, a modern desktop Twitter client that not only looks amazing and performs, but offers all the features you would expect. So relieved to have Twitterrific resurrected!”

R.C. Rains — @shadowbottle