Apple Plans to Sell Macs With In-House Chips From 2021

Apple Making Plans To Sell Macs With In-House Chips From 2021

 

Apple Company Make plans to sell Mac computers with its own main processors by next year based on the chip designs currently used in its Apple iPhones and iPads, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.

 

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Apple Mac processors on the A14 processor

 

The Apple iPhone maker is working on three Apple Mac processors based on the A14 processor On in its next Apple iPhone, suggesting in the Apple company will transition more of its Apple Mac lineup away from current supplier Intel, the report added citing people familiar with the matter.

 

Apple Using Intel Processor

 

Apple start using Intel's processors in 2006 and a year later all Apple Mac computers featured its chips. In the Since Intel has made chips for other Apple products such as modem chips for its iPhones.Apple always relied on the outside suppliers for its modem chips, a crucial part that connects devices like the Apple iPhone to wireless data networks.

 

Apple Company Turnover

 

In a bid to make it's own chips, Apple bought a majority of Intel's modem business last July for $1 billion (roughly Rs. 7,600 crores) & settled a long legal battle with supplier Qualcomm over the chipmaker's patent licensing practices.Apple's Mac computers generated $7.16 billion (roughly Rs. 54,453 crores) in revenue in the last reported quarter while Intel's PC unit that includes modem chip in there sales recorded $10 billion (roughly Rs. 76,000 crores) in sales in the last quarter.

 

Apple was planning to use its own chips in Mac computers beginning as early as 2020, as reported in April 2018.Apple and Intel did not immediately respond to Reuters' requests for comments.

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