We've been hearing rumors for years about a MacBook with an Apple-made processor. We already know that the apple company likes to have solid and controlled gaming, and depending on Intel and its delays it's not a happy thing for Comertino, though. so far it was the only way when equipping your computers.
However, ARM processors have been gaining more power over the years, the medical profession doubles their capacity and capacity year after year. This breakthrough makes its performance similar to that of Intel's system, and Apple knows this. The first Mac with an ARM processor designed for Apple itself is getting closer and closer and Mark Gurman, an expert on all things Apple has touched, has revealed new details.
Apple & # 39; s MacM Mac chips in development are based on the A14 processor that comes to the iPhone and iPad this year and next year, but it's a much bigger soup. Apple is also planning a Mac GPU as part of Intel's transition. Story with @debbywuintaipei @ianmking: https://t.co/H8Ez8UNMpS
– Mark Gurman (@markgurman) April 23, 2020
Apple-powered Apple is just around the corner
The transition from Intel-powered architecture to Apple-based ArM processors will not be easy and will be an effort by developers to bring benefits and disadvantages. However, Apple seems confident and according to this new information We will see the first performance of the Apple A-series ArM MacBook in 2021.
In his article BloombergGurman claims that Apple is working on various processors for future Macs, specifically with 3 projects proposed. The first of these countries was made by Apple apparently will be based on the A14 processor of the iPhone 12 and will have a production process of 5 nanometers, it will also have 12 signals: 8 very efficient features and 4 efficient backups.
The project has the internal name of Kalamata and will start with this first processor, which is more powerful than the one prepared by Apple, and will be designed for the entry-level MacBook. However, unless you have the enormous power that Apple produces, it will be more powerful than the current processors included on the iPhone 11 or iPad Pro. The other two filtering processes are intended to be included on the MacBook Pro and Macac, although they are not expected to be ready for the following year.
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The biggest problem that Apple faces is the compatibility of all the operating systems and systems used by macOS in Intel's design. Today's report says Apple is "exploring" tools can allow older apps to continue working on new Macs with an ARM processor
On the other hand, an Apple-made processor would allow for greater performance and efficiency, which could achieve it. Macs have more power that work better and weigh less, by requiring a small battery, or it would be cheaper. In addition, Apple will be able to better schedule updates for their Mac because it now relies on the release of Intel. Once they have named their processors, we can see one update a year similar to what's happening on iPhones and iPads.