The digitalisation of universities and other higher education institutions is in full swing, driven largely by the coronavirus pandemic. Classes no longer exclusively take place in lecture halls, but also digitally from the comfort of home. Today, teaching and learning is smarter, more flexible and more connected than ever.
The result is universities and other higher education institutions have greater opportunities to develop their offerings and structures, but also face a raft of challenges. Apple devices easily meet the new demands of digital teaching thanks to their innovative features, apps and technologies that deliver the necessary performance, compatibility and simple management.
Even though some universities are slowly returning to conventional in-person classes, hybrid learning will continue to play a crucial role as the digital transformation continues apace with events planned to take place both online and offline, content shared digitally and seminars joined not only on-site, but also from home and on the go. However, in order to implement this offering efficiently, it’s essential to have the right tools for the job.
The newly developed MacBook Air comes with the power of the next generation M2 chip. It combines incredible performance with up to 18 hours of battery life in an incredibly thin aluminum body. Choose from four amazing colors and just get the job done quickly - and in style.
MacBook Pro delivers breakthrough performance. Choose the powerful M1 Pro chip or the even more powerful M1 Max, which allows you to seamlessly use multiple apps at the same time fantastic battery life to work anywhere. And with a brilliant 14" or 16" Liquid Retina XDR display for great learning experiences.
Smart devices and a powerful IT infrastructure are the cornerstones of successful, hybrid teaching. Apple devices’ hardware and software are delivered fully configured with everything you need for successful learning and teaching. making them indispensable tools for university work—be that for daily communication, the preparation of scientific presentations or for distance learning.
Powered by the Apple M1 chip, this iMac is unbelievably slim and extremely powerful and has been designed to brighten any space and integrate into any workplace.
Apple devices support lecturers, staff and students across all departments no matter if the users in the natural sciences process large volumes of data, architects model and animate complex 3D objects or need large storage capacity and premium-grade graphics cards for presenting designs and films. Macs are also ideal for programming and software development thanks to their advanced apps, while easy-to-use and intuitive tools and applications bring structure to the university day and ensure more convenience in your own organisation.
The new Studio Display comes with an impressive 68.6 cm (27'') 5K Retina Display with a 12 MP camera with motion tracking, studio-quality mics and an audio system with six speakers. Perfect for every Mac.
The new Mac Studio. A compact powerhouse that fits on your desk, with advanced connectivity for an efficient setup. Choose between the unbelievably fast M1 Max or the new M1 Ultra—the most powerful chip that has ever been developed for a personal computer.
1Battery life varies by use and configuration. More information can be found at apple.com/batteries.
2 The display on the 16" MacBook Pro has rounded corners at the top. When measured as a standard rectangular shape, the screen is 41.05 cm (16.2"). The actual viewable area is less.