Bob Borchers, who is part of Apple’s product marketing manager, recently mentioned an interesting story about processor development in interviews. When Apple marketers got a prototype computer in their hands, they allegedly played with it for a while and the battery indicator didn’t move. They considered it a software bug (a broken battery status indicator). Tim Cook, who was supposed to be in the room as well, reportedly just smiled and said no, that’s the way it should be. The fact that the indicator did not move after a few hours is hard to believe (unless the computer was connected to the network), however, the fact that the Apple M1 actually significantly outperforms previous Intel processors in terms of efficiency.
In addition, we should soon see more powerful variants of the M1X and / or M2. Macy Pro could climb 40 CPU cores and 128 GPU cores in the future. Another keynote has not been announced yet, but if everything goes in the traditional dorms, it could be in the second, maybe third week of September.
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