Apple's Mac architecture lead moves to Intel

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Jeff Wilcox was formerly at Intel from 2010 - 2013, but spent the last eight years helping Apple reinvent its approach to silicon
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Jeff Wilcox was formerly at Intel from 2010 - 2013, but spent the last eight years helping Apple reinvent its approach to silicon

Tech giants are in the middle of a hiring war, offering substantial bonuses to keep and attract top talent

Jeff Wilcox, Apple's director of Mac system architecture, has left the world's first trillion-dollar company in favour of a new role at Intel. Wilcox first announced the change on LinkedIn, saying he...

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