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Intel still hopes to do business with Apple again

A day before Apple’s much-anticipated Unleashed event, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said that despite Apple’s exit from his company’s processors, he still hopes Apple will return to Intel as a customer (“Swiss IT Reseller”). ) mentioned). Apple announced its two-year transition to proprietary processors for Mac computers in June 2020.

Now a new report from “Digitimes” (via “Macrumors”) indicates that Intel is still trying to get Apple back as a customer. According to the report, Intel is working with Samsung to obtain orders for Apple’s self-developed processors for Mac computers. Such a move by Apple would mean that the company would no longer rely entirely on TSMC to manufacture its Mac processors, an unlikely decision, according to the sources cited in the report.

distance The new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro Apple no longer has an Intel processor in its entire Macbook range (Air and Pro). Apple also has the larger 27-inch iMac, the Mac Pro, and the high-end Mac Mini that runs on Intel processors. All of them are expected to be updated over the next year, with the latter being updated sooner rather than later. (but)