“At its most recent investor meeting, Intel said it expects revenue in its client computing group (CCG) to be anywhere from flat to up by a ‘low single-digit’ percentage from 2015 levels,” Eassa writes. “In light of this guidance, it’s hard to believe Intel has lost its spot in the next generation MacBook.”
Eassa writes, “Although I do think Apple could handle going through a messy architecture transition on the Mac, I think the risk/reward for such a move is quite poor.”
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MacDailyNews Take: As long as Apple’s A-Series processors keep making such strides and getting more powerful, this speculation will rage.
Analyst: Apple’s iPad Pro and its powerful A9X CPU pose threat to Intel – November 12, 2015