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SILICON: HOW IT WILL REVOLUTIONIZE COMPUTING

At this year’s virtual WWDC, Apple announced plans to move away from Intel-based Macs to custom silicon, perhaps one of the biggest changes to the Mac since its introduction in 1984. By further unifying the hardware and software of MacBooks, Mac Minis and iMacs in a similar manner to the iPhone, it could revolutionize the way Apple does computing forever…

CHANGING THE GAME

Speaking at June’s Worldwide Developers Conference, held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook was keen to stress the huge importance of the Mac, and the ways in which it’s changed our world. “The Mac has always embraced big changes to stay at the forefront of personal computing,” he said, before announcing the transition to Apple Silicon. He called the moment a “historic day for the Mac” and teased powerful features and industry-leading performance, which would make the Mac even stronger and more capable for future generations. “I’ve never been more excited about the future of the Mac,”

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