Apple Silicon processor will be used in MacBook device, will replace Intel chipset

US tech giant Apple has announced to use in-house Apple Silicon processor in its upcoming MacBook device. Apple’s latest will be based on silicon chipset ARM. Let us tell you that these chipsets will be built on the same structure, which is currently using processors in the iPhone, Apple Watch, and iPad.

At the same time, the company’s latest processor will give a tough competition to the existing Intel chipset in the coming time.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that the MacBook has adopted all kinds of changes to stay ahead from the beginning. The use of in-house silicon chipsets will increase the performance of the MacBook much more than before. He further states that it is a historic day for the MacBook.

WWDC 2020: Apple launches its latest operating system IOS 14, will get great features According to the media report, the company may introduce the latest MacBook device to the market with the Apple Silicon chipset by the end of this year. At the same time, Apple silicon chipsets can replace Intel processors in the coming years.

Apple has released the iOS 14 operating system in addition to these chipsets. Many changes have been made in this new operating system. Also, users have got special features like Home Widget including the App library in this version. However, the iOS 14 operating system has not yet been released to all users.

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