After Google, Intel, Qualcomm and other chipmakers have decided to cut supply to Huwaei following the recent ban of the chinese company by the US government. Here are the details.
Apple was apparently in talks to buy Intel’s 5G modem business, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. Intel seemingly abruptly left the market when Apple and Qualcomm settled their respective differences recently.
A new report takes a look at what 2019 has in store for Intel and, importantly, what its chips could mean for the Apple's Mac line.
A new press release has Intel apparently getting ready to have its chips in a state that can be tested in upcoming (possibly 2020) iPhones ahead of schedule, in second half of 2019.
Intel has officially taken the wraps off a bevy of new CPUs that are specifically designed for low power laptops, making them ideal for use in the MacBook and MacBook Air, should Apple decide to use them.
A new, low-cost MacBook or MacBook Air replacement is said to be in the works, with Intel's 8th-generation Kaby Lake processors expected to power the product line.
A new report has detailed the Intel Amber Lake processors destined for 2018 12-inch Apple MacBook refresh.
Intel is having a pretty bad time of it right now after Apple informed the chipmaker that it would not be using its 5G mobile modem in its 2020 iPhones.
Intel has announced that it will be bringing its Core i9 CPUs over from the desktop world and into that of the notebook in what it claims is “the best gaming and creation laptop processor Intel has ever built.”
It has been a rumor for as long as we can remember, but we now have the closest thing to confirmation yet - Apple is planning to ditch Intel as the CPU manufacturer for its Mac computers as of 2020, according to a new report.