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Re: Apple Takes Chipset Matters Into Its Own Hands
Posted by: John P. Mello Jr. 2020-11-12 01:41:15
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Apple pulled the wraps off its first computer models based on its new Apple Silicon chip at an online event aired Tuesday. The Mac Air, Mac Mini and 13-inch MacBook Pro are all being refreshed with the company's new ARM-based M1 chip. The move is the beginning of a transition, expected to take two years, away from Intel chips and to Apple Silicon. ARM processors, which are primarily used in mobile devices, are known for prolonging battery life.


Re: Apple Takes Chipset Matters Into Its Own Hands
Posted by: borisaman 2020-11-16 02:19:34 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
They designed nothing, it is the ARM processor from Acorn computers licensed
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