Apple added its second-generation custom processor, the T2, to its iMac Pro past year. Of course, iPhones and iPads have used the company's own chips for several years, and the Apple Watch has since its launch in 2015.
Apple watchers expect the company to eventually design the entire CPU, which would take away Intel's fifth-largest customer.
Now, Apple is apparently taking back more control so it doesn't have to rely on companies like Qualcomm and Intel. While the report is also lacking additional details about said iPad model, it's worth noting that Gurman was among the first to share details about an upcoming iPad Pro, which will supposedly feature Face ID and an iPhone X-style "edge-to-edge" LCD display.
Apple's custom processors already outperform many of its rivals, but it's unlikely that the tech giant could just quit using Intel's chips anytime soon, the Verge noted.
Previous rumours and reports suggest that we will see remodelled, redesigned Macs in 2018.
Simply put, Apple would have plenty of reasons to work toward putting its own, custom-made chips in each and every one of its devices.
Despite the increasing resources Apple is devoting to chip research and creation, it's only built computer chips that complement Intel's primary processor - the T1 co-processor handles the Touch Bar, while the T2 edition offloads some security and power management duties on the iMac Pro.
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Celtic looks to have won the race to sign arguably Chelsea's greatest talent in 21-year-old Charly Musonda, Sky Sports reports. However, at a club like Celtic, he can get his head down and concentrate for playing for a respectable European side.
For all the benefits of technology it's unlikely to stop players from making desperate tackles in the heat of the moment. But they have to protect the players ", Pep told reporters after the final whistle.
The US leader has repeatedly called the allegations "fake news" and claimed the FBI was biased in pursuing the investigation. Mrs Clinton was cleared of criminal wrongdoing in her misuse of a personal email server while serving as secretary of state.
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The fate of the Nunes memo is only the latest flashpoint in the contentious relationship between Trump and the Justice Department. Trump's anger was exacerbated by reports last week that the president had wanted to fire Mueller last June.
In the fan voting for the Pro Bowl , Trawick didn't show up among the top 10 in the AFC's special-teamer balloting. Americans kicker Chris Boswell booted a 41-yard field goal and Graham Gano responded from 43 for the Nationals.
He said the majority of the larger bets had been on New England, but some were placed on the Eagles as well. Chris Long has been deluged for Super Bowl ticket requests by friends he hasn't spoken to in years.
Glover said blue moons occur once every two to three years and happens when there are two full moons in the same calendar month. Thus, there will be five lunar eclipses through the year, with the longest one in the past 100 years occurring on July 27.
Padmaavat box office collection: shattering records globally
He further said, "I would say that this time is not for such things, Padmaavat has been representing the whole film industry". Padmaavat was made and released on the big budget of 200 crores and it shows in each and every inch and bit of the frame.
Yemen Separatists Seize Southern Military Base
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, but the government officials blamed it on the Yemen-based Al Qaeda branch. The STC this month called on Hadi to make changes in his government, accusing him of corruption and mismanagement.
House could vote today to release controversial FISA memo
My understanding is that the same approach applied to earlier releases, such as the publication of the 9/11 Commission Report. If a majority of the House Intelligence Committee votes to release it, Trump has five days to block it.