Notes on AMD processors appeared in macOS 10.15.4 News

Bloomberg already reported in 2018 that a major platform change is imminent for the Mac: Apple wants to use Intel CPUs and its own Apple A chips in the Mac in the future. This would be a major challenge since the Apple A processors are based on the ARM instruction set and no longer on x86 commands. Boot Camp and x86 virtualization solutions would only be possible through hurdles. But the increases in performance that Apple achieves each year with its own chips are impressive: even passively cooled smartphones already match the speed of current MacBooks.

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