- Apple has announced its own chip for the Mac.
- It ditches Intel.
- The new announcement came at the WWDC 2020 event.
During the ongoing WWDC 2020 event, the tech giant Apple has officially announced its own chipset for the Mac and this will enable the company to ditch Intel. Having said that, Apple has also confirmed that the products with the power of the in-house processor by the end of this year.
The company released macOS Big Sur previews, and the same will help Macs to run iOS and iPadOS apps without any modifications. With the new setup, developers can make their existing software compatible using Xcode 12 beta, which comes with the native compilers and debugging tools. The company has also announced a new framework called Rosetta 2, along with virtualization technology, which will help with compatibility issues.
It also announces the new Universal App Quick Start Programme and the same will allow Apple developers to apply and that will include documentation, forums, beta software, and a hardware Developer
The new plan of Apple intends to leverage it’s A-series SoCs’ custom power management, secure enclave, high-performance integrated GPU, machine learning, neural engine, custom video display, and image processing engines, and more to give Macs a new level of performance.
Stay tuned with us for more information from the much anticipated Apple WWDC 2020 event.
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