Worldwide Developer Conference
One interesting thing about the Worldwide Developer Conference 2020 is that Apple announced that they would no longer use Intel processors for Mac products. Apple will use their own processors. This announcement is an achievement for Apple.
Processor from Intel with x86 Architecture
So far, the technology manufacturer from the United States is indeed relying on processors from Intel with x86 architecture for a variety of Mac products, such as Macbook, iMac, and Mac mini. At that time the switch from PowerPC chipsets to Intel chipsets to complement their Mac product lines.
Tim Cook as Apple’s CEO
Tim Cook as Apple’s CEO also added that the transition from using an Intel processor to a processor made by Apple would take around two years. The plan is that the first Mac to use a processor instead of Intel will be available by the end of 2020.
With this latest processor, Apple believes its Mac products will have high performance, but still save power. Apple-made processors are also designed with the ARM architecture that Apple uses on iPhone devices. Because it is based on ARM, various applications designed for devices running iOS and iPadOS will also be able to run on Mac devices.