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|5th April 2018, 07:46||#1|
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Apple to kick out Intel in 2020
Intel has one percent Apple profits
The market is upset about the leaked news that Apple might dump Intel in its future notebooks in 2020. Apple is working on its own Kalamata chip that could power phones, tablets and Macs in the future.
This is obviously a bigger chip that will probably be an even bigger version of the X version of the Apple SoC that currently powers the iPad Pro. Given what will be possible in 2020, it is not unlikely even to see 5 nm products and going from current 10nm towards 7nm and eventually to 5nm SoCs, you will be able to pack in more CPU and GPU.
Apple will continue a dual chip strategy as we don’t see any reason in having one chip that fits the very small form factor phone and the same chip for a Mac BookPro. Even in 2020, it is unlikely that Apple will completely walk away from Intel as some professional workloads will need a lot of horsepower, something that companies like Intel and AMD can enable.
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