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Apple is ending Partnership with Intel for Upcoming Macs

A major shift is coming towards Apple’s direction since the advent of this century. According to reports, Apple is considering to replace Intel Chips in its upcoming Macs. The partnership between Intel and Apple has been a decade long which has proved to be quite a successful venture for the later party.

The main thought behind this move it to utilize its own developed Apple processors for the Macs. For this purpose, the decision is made to consider ARM Apple processors which will be helpful to maintain the temperature of the computer for a longer period of time. However, the contrasting reports are also around the corner which suggest that Apple is developing a new processor for this venture which is codenamed “Kalamata”.

The Apple logo is seen outside the Apple Store in Washington, DC, on July 9, 2019. (Photo by Alastair Pike / AFP) (Photo credit should read ALASTAIR PIKE/AFP/Getty Images)

The reason behind this major shift is reported to be recent Spectre and Meltdown Flaw which infected every chip-making company including Intel. Moreover, this bug also created issues for Apple Macs which were using x86 architecture hardware. Overall, the issue has been taken seriously by Apple executives. In turn, they have decided to implement their long-debated plan for using their own developed Apple processors for the upcoming systems.

It is yet to be seen whether this decision will change the customer experience for Apple Macs or not. However, in case, you have any thoughts in mind related to this situation, please do share in comments.

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