Win 10 Tweaker Pro 14.1
The ThinkPad T460s' 14.1-inch, 1920 x 1080 touch screen offered sharp images, wide viewing angles and accurate colors. When I watched a 1080p trailer for Captain America: Civil War, fine details such as the ridges in Captain America's helmet or the wrinkles in Steve Rogers' forehead looked quite clear. The blue and red in Captain America's shield appeared true to life, if not overly rich.
Win 10 Tweaker Pro 14.1
Apple's Xcode Developer Tools (version 14.1 or later for Ventura, 13.1 or later for Monterey, 12.2 or later for Big Sur, 11.3 or later for Catalina, 10.0 or later for Mojave, 9.0 or later for High Sierra, 8.0 or later for Sierra, 7.0 or later for El Capitan, 6.1 or later for Yosemite, 5.0.1 or later for Mavericks, 4.4 or later for Mountain Lion, 4.1 or later for Lion, 3.2 or later for Snow Leopard, or 3.1 or later for Leopard), found at the Apple Developer site, on your Mac operating system installation CDs/DVD, or in the Mac App Store. Using the latest available version that will run on your OS is highly recommended, except for Snow Leopard where the last free version, 3.2.6, is recommended.
Unlike the 14.1 Lapbook though, the Hi13 has a 13.5" multi-touch display, running at a native resolution of 3000 x 2000 pixels (3:2 ratio). With a pixel density of 267PPI and 480 nits brightness, the screen specs exactly match that of the Microsoft Surface Book, but at a fraction of the cost. The internals aren't as good as the Surface Book, but are they $1000 worse? Not at all.
With an all metal chassis, both for the tablet itself and the keyboard, this is one seriously classy looking bit of hardware. While the Lapbook 14.1 opted for cheap and cheerful, the Hi13 isn't going to show you up no matter where you take it.
It looks like there is another post in March that was inactivated on this issue (230+ users that marked "I have this question too"), but it was with a previous iOS. I have a couple of groups that include both iPhone and Android users. No problems until after the latest OS update (14.1). We texted successfully through Halloween. Now every text I attempt to send on either my iPhone Xs, iPad mini or MacBook Pro (Mac OS 10.14.6) advances the progress bar quickly over to about 90-95% then freezes for quite a while before producing the exclamation mark and the "Not Delivered" message. I made no changes in my carrier (AT&T) nor did I make any changes to the Messages settings (iMessage, Text Forwarding, Send as SMS, MMS Messaging and Group Messaging are all still on). Of note, the two other iPhone users (one SE 2nd Gen (14.1) and the other a 1st Gen SE (14.1)) also can now no longer send/receive to that group BUT the Android user is able to do so.
In other words: checkra1n now also fully supports not just the iPhone 6s and iPhone SE, but also iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, as well as some iPad models (6th and 7th gen and iPad Pro 2nd gen). All of that, including iOS 14.1 and 14.2 that have been just released.