Apple could say goodbye to Intel for its upcoming MacBooks

Apple could say goodbye to Intel for its upcoming MacBooks

For several years, Apple has been designing processors for iPad, iPhone, AirPod and Apple Watch at home. More control means a best result between software and hardware if the internal team proves to be up to par. On the slope computer Instead, Apple has always been entrusted to Intel processors without particular tweaks.

The rumors of medium long-term plans related to ARM chips have become more pressing to upset the current situation. A plausible hypothesis, considering that Microsoft itself has already led the way with a version of Windows 10 suitable for Qualcomm chips.

Renewal of the range in 2021

In support of this hypothesis we find the analyst Ming-Chi who has foreseen a complete revision of the MacBook range for the middle of 2021. This will allow Apple in particular to make its MacBooks compatible with 4G and 5G networks.

The company would develop three processors, all dedicated to their products and including the Apple A14 that will equip the iPhone 12. TSMC will again be responsible for series production with its 5nm production technology.

This transition will take place gradually because it forces Apple to adapt MacOS to the new architecture to ensure that the software is compatible.

According to many rumors, Apple will begin to reveal its plans to developers during WWDC 2020 which will only be streamed in June.

Apple could say goodbye to Intel for its upcoming MacBooks

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