Posts Tagged ‘ARM’

It is official: Apple is ditching Intel and making its own chips for its Mac lineup. Here’s how that transition will work.

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Apple’s first ARM-based Macs will reportedly be an iMac, and a 13-inch MacBook Pro, coming as soon as this year. Here are the details.

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Apple ARM Mac based on own 5nm CPU with 12 cores is to launch in 2021 according to a new report. Here are the details.

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The arrival of ARM-based Macs is something that has been heavily rumored for years, ever since iPhones and iPads started to outpace Intel’s chips. Now, according to a new analyst note, we can expect Macs with ARM processors to begin arriving next year.

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According to an analyst, Apple’s ARM-based Mac will arrive in the first half of 2021. Here are all the details on this.

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Apple continues to bolster its ranks by picking up more talent. This time, it’s following reports that Apple picked up ARM’s lead CPU and system architect last month.

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Chip designer ARM has also severed ties with Huawei, having instructed its employees to halt “all active contracts, support entitlements, and any pending engagements” with the phone maker.

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ARM processors will be powering Macs by 2020, while the Apple Car could be coming to us in 2023 according to an analyst. Here are the details.

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ARM has today taken the wraps off of its latest mobile CPU, the Cortex A76, and if a new set of benchmarks rating the high-end chip with the iPhone and Android handsets are anything to go by, Apple can rest easy.

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Apple has finally shed light on Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities, and the impact they have on iOS devices and Macs.

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Intel has decided to can its Atom line of smartphone CPUs after having been beaten out repeatedly by ARM chips. The company made the decision to kill the entire product lineup, including the massively delayed Broxton chip, effectively pulling out of the mobile market.

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This year is being billed as pivotal in recent tech history for a variety of reasons. Some are touting it as the year of the smartwatch, while others have it down as the year of face-worn gadgetry thanks to the likes of Facebook-owned Oculus VR and Google Glass. But in the near future, it may also be remembered as the point at which smartphones became incredibly cheap, with chip maker ARM suggesting that in the next couple of months, an Android handset could break the sub-$20 mark.

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