What’ll be working on Apple? Just yesterday the rumor that engineers in Cupertino they would be preparing a new totally new model of device to be launched later this year. It will be something that will use an Intel chip, or ARM processors already run iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch? Apple has demonstrated its processors for mobile devices can make a difference when it comes to mobile experience, but it is possible that Apple decides to leave by Intel processors and begin to assemble at the grave also on his Mac? Intel thinks it is a viable option, but most disturbing.
When ARM processors do not have the power to replace Sandy Bridge fitted across the range Mac, but it is not unlikely that within a few years ARM processors are able to achieve the performance necessary to operate a computer. If Apple were to change its processors today, it would be bad for Intel, which is one of the most important partners for Cupertino. As confirmed by the head of the division Ultrabook to Intel, the company that manufactures processors fears for the future of collaboration with Apple: We hear the same rumor and a lightness would not listen to them. We are committed to innovate so that they continue to see ourselves as suppliers.
Integrated hardware and software have proven to make a difference. Not only on iDevice it is now possible to buy, but also in the historical past of Apple. With recent developments that have seen Cupertino complaining of excessive power consumption of Intel chips, and the clear intention of combining IOS and OS X, is it not so improbable to imagine a A10 mounted on an iMac or a MacBook Air.