Allegedly, Apple wants to 2020 by Intel- Processors say goodbye, according to a report from business news agency Bloomberg, which relies on anonymous sources within Apple.
Using Apple's own T2 processor, The announcement in the new iMac Pro, the production of its own graphics processors to begin, it will probably only be a matter of time until Apple says goodbye to Intel and built in Mac's own processors.
Bloomberg says that the project is internally known as "Kalamata" and is still in its early stages of development. From the point of view of Intel, that certainly sounds like half the end of the world. Apple's orders account for only 5 percent of Intel sales, Booomberg reports. The investors reacted nervously anyway and sent the price of Intel shares in the basement, which fell by 8 percent.
Apple is also working on iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 on a cross-platform software solution that enables developers to write applications that run on both MacOS and iOS. This is considered a first step in bringing both platforms together.
Bloomberg states that this process involves several phases. Previously, it was reported that a cross-platform software solution will hit the market sometime this year.