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Apple could be working on ARM-based Mac chips to make Mac laptops more efficient - TechCrunch

Apple is already using an ARM -based chip in the latest MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar and Touch ID sensor. According to a new report from Bloomberg, the company could go one step further and use the co-processor to offload some tasks. But first, let's ...and more »

Apple Said to Work on Mac Chip That Would Lessen Intel Role - Bloomberg

Apple Inc. is designing a new chip for future Mac laptops that would take on more of the functionality currently handled by Intel Corp. processors, according to people familiar with the matter. The chip, which went into development last year, is ...and more »

Apple weans itself off Intel with 'more ARM chips' for future Macs - The Register

Apple is believed to be developing another ARM-based processor that will challenge Intel hardware in its Mac line. The Cupertino maker of ClarisWorks is reportedly working on a chip to handle operations when a future Mac machine goes into low power ...and more »

Apple's next custom Mac chip could do a lot more - Engadget

Intel processors have powered Apple's Mac computers for over a decade now, but Apple has also found success designing its own A-series ARM-based chips for the iPhone and iPad. While the company isn't going to dump Intel chips in the Mac any time soon ...and more »

Apple Reportedly Working On ARM-Based Mac Processors To Handle Low-Power Functions - Tech Times

Apple is reportedly developing a new proprietary chip for Macs that'll lessen the burden off the system's main chip by acting as a substitute and secondary processor that'll handle basic tasks, such as emailing or installing updates, while the computer ...and more »

Is Apple making its own chips for Macs so it can eventually ditch Intel? -

Apple seems to be actively lessening its reliance on Intel chips. According to Bloomberg, Apple is designing its own A-series ARM-based chips, even though Intel processors have powered Apple's Mac lineup for more than a decade. The company isn't going ...and more »

Apple is preparing an updated MacBook Pro for later this year - Business Insider

Apple is planning to launch an updated version of the MacBook Pro later this year, according to a new report from Bloomberg ace Mark Gurman. This updated MacBook Pro could feature a new Apple-designed chip designed for low-power consumption. Apple ...and more »

Apple Developing ARM-Based Mac Chip to Handle Low-Power Functions Alongside Intel Processors - Mac Rumors

Apple is developing a new ARM-based chip for its Mac lineup that would "take on more of the functionality" handled by Intel processors, reports Bloomberg. In development since last year, the chip, codenamed T310, is said to be similar to the chip used ...and more »

Report: Apple is kind-of-sort-of working on more ARM chips for its Macs - Ars Technica

Apple is working on more ARM co-processors for future MacBooks, at least if a new report from Bloomberg is to be believed. The company is allegedly developing a chip codenamed "T310" that could be used to handle macOS' "Power Nap" functionality and ...and more »

Apple is reportedly building more of its own chips to use in Macs - The Verge

Apple is developing a new chip for Mac laptops that's meant to improve their battery life while in sleep mode, according to Bloomberg. The chip will reportedly handle some basic tasks, like checking for email and installing updates, while the computer ...and more »