Recent years have shown that Apple wants to have complete control over its devices, giving up over time to many partners to use proprietary hardware. Shortly after the development of Micro LED displays has been revealed, Apple is now turning to computer processors, Intel being the next hardware manufacturer to be removed from Mac devices
Recently, Apple has incorporated proprietary ARM processors in devices like the MacBook and iMac to perform side features such as background audio playback or OLED screen control on the top touchscreen laptops. It turns out, however, that the Intel processors, which are the basis for all Mac devices, will soon be replaced with Apple solutions developed by their own engineers. This news should worry about Intel, as Apple is the third US manufacturer of computers
With the switch to proprietary processors, MacOS may be subject to change as rumors talk about Apple's plan to unite this iOS operating system to provide a consistent transition experience between phone, tablet and personal computer or workstation . Thus, many applications can become universal, the differences between platforms being obvious only in the way you interact with the content (touchscreen, mouse, trackpad, etc.)
The processor found in the new Apple smartphones, A11 Bionic, has proven to be powerful enough to deliver performance close to that of an Intel Core i5 that is already in a MacBook Pro. With such already possible performance, the probability of moving to proprietary processors by 2020 does not seem so out of the ordinary.
Of course, this means that at some point macOS will lose compatibility with the x86 architecture, which will lead to the inability to create hackintosh computers to run the operating system on ordinary PC hardware. Last but not least, MacBooks will not be able to run Windows via Boot Camp