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Chips ahoy: The Mac’s transition to Apple processors is happening sooner than you think

[2018-11-09 11:00:00]

The recent Apple event in New York City had a lot going on, and we’re still working through all the new products the company showed off. But as the dust clears, there’s one lasting impression about which I feel remarkably certain.There’s a sea change coming.John Gruber alluded to this in his piece at Daring Fireball about the new MacBook Air: Look at the iPad’s A12X compared to the iPhone’s A12 and you can see how much attention Apple is paying to the iPad’s system architecture. There’s no reason they won’t pay as much or more attention to the Mac’s custom silicon when they switch from Intel to their own chip designs. It should be downright glorious.To read this article in full, please click here

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