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Tag: ARM

  1. Apple could transition to ARM chips in Macs, but probably won’t

    With every release of a new iPhone powered by another cutting-edge processor designed by Apple…

  2. Will Apple’s next-gen iPads be faster than Macs?

    Apple has added support for an ARM chip to macOS Sierra, igniting another wave of speculation…

  3. macOS Sierra code suggests Apple could dump Intel processors in Macs for Apple A-series chips

    Could Apple be working on next-generation Mac hardware that would be powered by an in-house designed processor…

  4. Hello, Apple? It’s Mac. Have you forgotten me?

    Apple has continuously been leaving its Mac line dusty and old…

  5. The iPhone’s new A10 Fusion chip should worry Intel

    Apple’s latest generation of smartphone processors has basically caught up with Intel’s laptops CPUs…

  6. When will Apple put Intel’s Kaby Lake chips inside new Macs?

    Claims Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors may not appear in new Macs until next year…

  7. Apple’s MacBook Pro not likely to sport Intel Kaby Lake processors this year

    At today’s Intel Developer Forum, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and other Intel execs showed off its 7th Generation Core…

  8. Apple A10-powered Macs on the way? Decoding Apple’s WWDC 2016 media invitation

    If you think Apple’s been slow with Mac innovation you are not alone…

  9. Why Intel’s problem won’t be Apple’s problem

    This week, beleaguered Intel announced that it was laying off 12,000 employees

  10. Apple’s emphasis on security makes ARM-powered Macs ‘inevitable’

    Apple will offer Macs equipped with an ARM processor, the same silicon used in the iPhone and iPad…

  11. Intel axes 12,000 employees, 11% of its workforce

    Intel expects the program to deliver $750 million in savings this year and annual run rate savings of $1.4 billion by mid-2017…

  12. Mac sales to grow in enterprise with new Apple A-series-powered Mac

    A full-fledged Mac OS X running on an Apple A-series processor…

  13. Intel have won significant presence in Apple’s iPhone 6s/Plus

    Apple has been evaluating Intel’s model for a while. Intel will capture roughly 50% of Apple’s…

  14. Apple is a semiconductor powerhouse; expect the first ARM-based Macs to appear in 2016

    Apple has become one of the largest semiconductor makers in the world…

  15. Apple Watch more powerful than the first iPad

    The original iPad, launched back in early April 2010…

  16. Intel CEO characterizes relationship with Apple as ‘strong’

    Intel CEO Brian Krzanich says…

  17. Five barriers that might keep Apple from moving Macs to custom ARM chips

    Shortly after Apple introduced its first custom A4 Application Processor in 2010…

  18. Apple A-series-powered Macs are not only feasible, they may be inevitable

    Apple would begin to put its custom ARM-based processors in new Mac OS X systems…

  19. Why Apple dumping Intel processors would be disastrous

    Apple will drop Intel processors to better manage the launch cycle…

  20. Why Apple might dump Intel’s x86 for their own A-series chips in future Macs

    Such a move is certainly in Apple’s DNA…

  21. KGI: Apple is designing its own processors for Mac

    Apple will begin using its own processors for Macs in the next 1-2 years…

  22. TSMC overtakes Samsung in FinFET, confident they will land Apple A9 orders

    TSMC, which has more than half the global foundry business, has overtaken Samsung…

  23. ARM, TSMC announce plans for 64-bit ARM-based processors on 10FinFET tech

    ARM and TSMC have announced a new multi-year agreement in order to develop…

  24. Semiconductor Advisors: Apple’s 64-bit A8 processor exposes Intel’s shortcomings

    Apple made some significant design improvements with A8 on top of just the hardware shrink…

  25. Apple’s low-cost, ARM-based business Macs would alter PC landscape

    Apple intends to move its custom processors into its Mac line…

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