The stock of Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) closed at $171.61 gaining 1.91% in yesterday’s trading session. This company might soon resolve to do away with the Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) processors in Mac computers and most probably by 2020 it might be replacing them with its own chips.
The two California business gurus for a number of years have had a fulfilling and productive relationship. The relationship can be traced back to the moment Apple came switched to Intel CPUs with the iMac and MacBook Pro.
The latest trends have contributed to the reality we are witnessing at the moment. It goes without saying that the idea about them going separate ways is inevitable.
A person familiar with the recent developments has moved ahead to outline that Intel’s chip improvements have been retrogressing whereas those of Apple have been on the acceleration. It is also worth noting that in the current times the iPhone systems-on-chip has by far been outperforming the laptop-class silicon and this is in specific reference to the Core line of Intel.
A group of market analysts recently moved out to make a joint statement in which they asserted that the move by Apple to ditch the most popular CPU Globally a radical one. However, on the same note it is important state that there are several major factors that make it unavoidable and obvious.
One distinguishing attribute about Apple is the fact that over an elongated period of time it has paid much focus on crafting elegantly designed products to increase the appeal to customers. And that has moved quite a long way helping it win over quite a significant number of customers. That is in a market that is characterized by fierce competition among business rivals.
An official working with Apple recently addressed number of news reporters. He said that the company was dedicating much of its efforts in coming up with more of the A-series of chips which are basically tailored to better handle the computing world. The iPhone has been showcasing advantages associated with the designation of both the software and the hardware of these chips.