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Apple stops using Intel CPUs for its SoCs, why?

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Apple stops using Intel CPUs for its SoCs, why?

It will be on the 22nd of this month when there are plans for Apple's presentation of its new chip.
Developers will have less than a year to use their materials on the new ARM architecture when Cupertino plans to replace Intel's X86 processors, a potential bug?

Three languages, three different SoCs follow

As expected and given release dates, Apple is working very hard on the hand with TSMC to arrive on time with its new one SOC at 5nm from the company and Taiwan. In addition to the new big.LITTLE designs that are being leaked, Apple will have new graphics processor, engine sensors and various security chips in its execution.

The top processor width will come with a version based on the 8 high performance cores with the code name The windstorm, While at the same time then will include one of the 4 lowest Cortex based cores and so-called IceStorm. Therefore, and as has been reported at the time, and Apple's strategy to develop SoCs, work well and are in a hurry, for the first 36 years of history will be unique to the company without going to a third.

The problem is that just as it was there earlier in the year, the critical one of the industry insistence that it's a big mistake to step aside from Intel, because those from Santa Clara are not IBM and are responding to the market.

Apple blames Intel and qualifies its flight forward

A giant like Apple doesn't make decisions anywhere or for different reasons. Undoubtedly Leaving Intel has always been a thought and consensus decision based on the opportunities TSMC and its engineers create chips that can compete with AMD Intel.

The problem is that, unlike the spectrum of the smartphone, Intel is not Qualcomm and got to work kweTiger Lake and everything from blue, are important voices rose up against the company from the shade. Apparently, accredited voices from Apple and familiar with the company's claim to work on improving the annual Intel chips and R&D department led by Johny Srouji has decided to make major changes towards self consumption.

Therefore Apple has accused Intel of the road postponed, delayed or block some models of Mac of the future and is where it all starts to stink very badly. According to sources, ES first builds new Apple SoCs to show much improved performance compared to Intel chips versions, especially GPUs, which also claim to be much faster.

The problem is that there is currently no mobile SOC that can communicate with an AMD or Intel processor even with 3 times less cores, you just have to look at suites like IGebenbench to see the palpable difference.

Specific software, performance is much lower than Intel?

Rumors claim that the Apple ratings are subject to specific software based on not less than x86, which seems to be deliberate marketing move, something that will not help much for users who use Bootcamp / Similarity for example, where work will apply.

Professionals want to edit a professional video under the macOS program they may suffer from x86 to be supported due to the absence of SIMD instructions and in the end, any user who is an imitator will not suffer for a long time until everything is really portable and shared ARM. What seems clear is that Apple has gone too far, Intel has stopped in the oil, Tiger in the pool It will be rừng the first route and those Lake may have to forgive their work in certain areas for several years.

Are your users paying good money for the integration of all SOC mobile lamps with low power consumption and less power? We will see that this is within 15 days after the first reading the details.

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