Apple's plan for ARM-based chip for MacBooks won't replace Intel

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Apple plans to use ARM-based chip to power MacBook's Touch Bar
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Apple plans to use ARM-based chip to power MacBook's Touch Bar

T130 ARM-based chip will power Touch bar and run alongside Intel CPU

Persistent rumours that Apple is planning a shift from Intel to ARM have been reignited follow a report on the Bloomberg newswire that the company is developing an ARM-based microprocessor for use in its...

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