Analyst: A-series chips in Macs are inevitable considering Apple’s security goals

Analyst: A-series chips in Macs are inevitable considering Apple’s security goals

If Apple truly wants to bring their security philosophy to their products in every part of the ecosystem, they’ll have to make A-series processors for Macs,said Ben Bajarin, an analyst at Creative Strategies, in a piece posted to Tech.pinions Tuesday (subscription required). He says that he’s convinced that A-series processors for Macs are inevitable, which is something I’ve said for some time. 

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It's just a matter of time (two years?) before Apple makes its own Mac chips

It's just a matter of time (two years?) before Apple makes its own Mac chips

Just as I think that Mac OS X and iOS will eventually merge into one operating system, I think that all of the company’s hardware devices will be powered by ARM-based processors in the not-too-distant future.

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