Apple could launch first Macs powered by its own processors in 2020, says analyst

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo announced that Apple could switch from Macs to Intel-based ARM-based processors in 2020 or 2021. This goal was announced in April by Bloomberg Cited the year 2020 as a year of seeing the MacBook running on a chip. Kuo said he will see a clear uptrend that does not rely on Intel's processor roadmap and the delays that can interfere with it. 9to5Mac reported Kuo's latest notes.

Coupon (Kauo) says Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, Inc., will take some time to match Intel's product with Apple's chips in terms of the performance of its high-end Macs, I was sure to start with. TSMC, an Apple chip maker, is very helpful to Apple's plans. TSMC has an exclusive supplier of A-Series chips since 2016 and will continue to maintain these agreements in the future. Kuo also expects TSMC to manufacture chips for Apple's automotive efforts, thinking that Apple's advanced automotive assistant system (ADAS) will support Level 4 (high automation) or Level 5 (fully automated) [19659003]

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