December 3, 2021

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Intel hopes to win back Apple by making better processors

Intel hopes to win back Apple by making better processors

The transition From Intel chips to Apple Silicon, it has become a success for Cupertino, which continues to announce new models with its ARM-based processors. This great victory for Apple is also a defeat for Intel. It seems that the American manufacturer has lost one of its most loyal customers. Its market share is also at risk from 2023 due to Apple chips, according to Expectations Numbers. Intel is, yes, confident in the recovery of Tim Cook.

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger spoke at length with Axios chief technology correspondent Ina Fried on a new episode of the show airing on HBO. Fried Gelsinger asked about Apple’s decision to go with its own processors. Company President He says Apple has done a ‘fantastic job’But he hopes to “get that part of his business back over time” by making better processors than the Cupertino company is doing.

I have to make sure that our products are better than yours, that my ecosystem is more open and vibrant than yours, and that we create a more compelling reason for developers and users to access Intel-based products. And therefore I will fight hard to win Tim’s business [CEO de Apple] in this area.

Intel CEO in an interview with Axios.

Can Apple return Intel processors to its Macs?

For Apple, there seems to be no turning back. with chips Apple siliconeThe company has found an alternative to the powerful – but poorly performing – Intel processors for its ecosystem. Apple’s SoCs not only offer superior performance, but as they are in-house designed processors, they can ensure better compatibility. A clear example of this is the excellent autonomy of the first MacBook Pro with the M1 chip. Actually, it’s very good Apple thought the macOS battery indicator was not working properly.

Apple will soon launch its new generation of Apple Silicon processors. This promises better performance against the M1 chip found in the Mac mini, iMac, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro. The company keeps some models with Intel in its catalog. However, everything indicates that they will retire as soon as the new M1X chip becomes available in the new MacBook Pros.

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