Apple Could Be Using Own Chips In Future

Posted: Jan 15 2015, 7:48am CST | by , Updated: Jan 15 2015, 7:52am CST, in Rumors | Apple

Apple could be using own chips in future
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Analyst says company will stop using Intel

According to a report that was published online and according to a leading securities analyst, Apple within the next two or three years could do away with using Intel in manufacturing their computer chips and instead using their own A chips. The A chips are the ones that Apple uses currently to power their iPhones and iPads. KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo believes that in the near future that the A chips will be powerful and secure enough to be able to operate Apple laptops and desktops and all of the other digital wares that Apple produces.

Kuo stated that if Apple were to use the A chip for all of their products, it would give the company more leverage on their products. It would give Apple the ability as to when they would be able to release products to the market. As a matter of fact, it has been reported online and in other blogs over the past year that Apple would eventually make the move to using their own in-house computer chips.

There could not be any better source as to the use of the A chips than Ming Chi-Kuo. Kuo has accurately reported the release of iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watches in 2014. With this new information about the A chip being released and rumored, there really is nothing that the consumer can say about the future of Apple products. It should certainly help with lowering the prices of future Apple products in the next couple of years. It should also help with the speed and improvement of its processors and that means that iPhones and iPads could be stronger. That would be a good sign for the Apple Watch as the smartwatch will have a companion app and connecting hookup with the iPhone in order to work properly. Overall, the A chip switch by Apple will be one that should further its outstanding reputation in the digital and mobile device market.

Source: Appleinsider

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Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.




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