The iPhone XS processor is so powerful that it could pave the way for an ARM MacBook
Soon after Apple unveiled the iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR last month, all sharing the same next-gen A12 bionic chip, I said that ARM MacBooks are going to happen soon, given how much the A-series chips evolved. A new comparison between the A12 chip and the top desktop processors in town shows that Apple has significantly undersold the A12, concluding that a variation of the chip could power an entry-level MacBook right now.
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