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With a proprietary Apple chip expected to replace Intel from 2020, and Apple looking to increase the relationship between macOS and iOS, we take a closer look at the future of the chip and consider the benefits of Apple’s firmer grip on its hardware components…


With Apple looking to increase its stronghold on hardware and reduce reliance on suppliers and third parties, the company is expected to use proprietary chips in the Mac lineup from as early as 2020, replacing Intel. Codenamed Kalamata, Apple’s chip is in early developmental stages but was fueled from the desire to bring Apple’s device lineup - including Macs, iPads, Apple Watches, and iPhones - closer together to increase sales and allow for cross-platform. First announced at last year’s WWDC 2018, , and will eventually allow developers to create applications for both platforms. Apple already powers iPhones and iPads with its proprietary ‘A’ chips, so bringing the Mac under the same umbrella will streamline the

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