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Apple will give up Intel on June 22nd?

Apple will give up Intel on June 22nd?

The rumor has been growing for a while, Apple is planning to replace Intel processors with ARM processors. According to the site, Bloomberg Apple will announce this change on June 22nd at the WWDC.

Apple leaving Intel

Apple’s going to give up Intel?

That made several months/years that one began to see flourishing rumors on a new architecture of processors on the next mac, with the rise in power of the ARM processors and the stagnation of the x86 processors (Intel), Apple would have chosen its camp.

Currently, Apple uses Intel processors for all their mac range, and especially the 10th generation in 10nm which could explain Apple’s choice on this change. Loyal customer of the blues, Apple had to be one of the priority customers of 10nm with Cannon Lake.

But the various delays and problems with this burn, made Apple continue to use skylake based processors, and very recently Ice Lake with versions specially developed for the brand. This situation would be at the origin of this change, Apple having to find a solution to offer novelty and significant performance improvements.

Thus, Apple would use their new home-made processors, namely the A14 chip engraved in 5nm at TSMC, to equip initially the next MacBook of 2020, then the iMac in 2021, that would allow the brand to offer, all their device under the same architecture of the phone has the computer, while offering significant gains in performance and consumption (according to Apple).

See you on June 22nd

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