Apple begins to use proprietary Apple Silicon processors for its laptops and computers
It is reported by The Verge.
On Monday, June 22, at a conference for developers at WWDC 2020, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the company will officially switch to its own processors for iMac computers and MacBook laptops – Apple Silicon. According to Cook, this day is “historic for the Mac.”
As you know, the company currently uses processors from Intel. However, by the end of this year, Apple plans to introduce the first Mac with a processor of its own production. A complete rejection of the use of processors from third-party manufacturers is expected to take two years from the company.
Apple promises that after the transition, the level of computer performance will increase, and energy consumption will decrease.