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Apple is reportedly launching 3 new Macs with custom chips this year

30/01/2018

Bloomberg reports that Apple has at least three new Macs in the works for 2018, including a desktop and two laptops. Oh, and they’re said to feature custom processors made by the company. That’s not a complete surprise: having developed chips in-house for its phones and tablets, Apple recently kitted out the new...
Bloomberg reports that Apple has at least three new Macs in the works for 2018, including a desktop and two laptops. Oh, and they’re said to feature custom processors made by the company. That’s not a complete surprise: having developed chips in-house for its phones and tablets, Apple recently kitted out the new iMac Pro with a T2 processor that handles image processing for the desktop’s FaceTime camera, as well as securing your storage and startup processes without taxing the main CPU. Prior to that, it added a chip to the 2016 MacBook Pro for powering the Touch Bar. Delving… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple Bloomberg reports that Apple has at least three new Macs in the works for 2018, including a desktop and two laptops. Oh, and they’re said to feature custom processors made by the company. That’s not a complete surprise: having developed chips in-house for its phones and tablets, Apple recently kitted out the new iMac Pro with a T2 processor that handles image processing for the desktop’s FaceTime camera, as well as securing your storage and startup processes without taxing the main CPU. Prior to that, it added a chip to the 2016 MacBook Pro for powering the Touch Bar. Delving… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
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