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Apple may use its own chips in Macs from 2020: But why?

Apple may use its own chips in Macs from 2020: But why?

In addition, Bloomberg speculates that Apple may still need a few years before it could come up with micro LED displays that are worthy of being part of its different products. The latest MacBook Pro and iMac Pro include the co-processors.

Combined with Apple's effort in its mobile ARM-based chipsets across the years, this has prompted speculation that the move away from Intel's x86 architecture will result in Macs eventually running iOS or an iOS-like operating system. Unlike in 2005 when Apple moved from IBM to Intel, the beneficiary this time around would be Apple itself, which would pick up production duties in-house. Bloomberg estimates that Apple provides approximately 5 percent of the chipmaker's annual revenue. Intel shares closed down 6.1 percent at $48.92, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq ended down 2.7 percent. The report does caution that Apple could theoretically abandon or delay the shift from Intel. Intel also said that the company does not comment on rumors about its customers.

For Apple, the change would be a defining moment. Except for Macs all of the other Apple lineups like the iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and Apple TV's are using processors designed by Apple.

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Aside from releasing product models within its own timeline, using custom Mac chips would make Apple the only computer manufacturer to utilize its own processor.

It's been long rumoured, but now it seems it really could happen: Apple really is planning to dump Intel in favour of its own processors for at least some Macs. "If you look at incremental R&D spend, it's gone into ways to try to vertically integrate their components so they can add more functionality for competitive differentiation", Shannon Cross, an analyst at Cross Research told the publication. Five 1080p monitors are being released and they all (21.5 to 27-inch) get an IPS panel. Companies such as Dell, HP, Lenovo, and a handful of others rely on Intel for their computers' chips.

At the moment, Apple is reportedly working a new foldable iPhone, which might be unveiled in 2020. The Cupertino-based company would also be able to more tightly integrate hardware and software. Apple has switched chips before, in the 90's they went to PowerPC before going to Intel in the mid-2000's.

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Intel probably will generate about $2.7 billion from Mac chip sales in 2019, or about 4% of its revenue. "We have better control over timing, over cost and over quality", Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri said of Apple's chip efforts a year ago.

It's believed that this is a widespread response to a recent decision from Apple calling on software developers to create "native" apps for the Watch.

This is a good thing for Apple, who, according to USAToday, is very behind when it comes to schools and students.

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