According to a new report by Bloomberg, Apple will bring updated laptops as well as a desktop this year, offering its custom chips on at least of three of the machines. There are no further details about the said chips, but we are assuming these would be similar in functionality to what Apple currently offers on its new iMac Pro and MacBook Pro laptops. Both the MacBook Pro and the new iMac Pro feature Apple made co-processors. The T2 Mac co-processor used on the new iMac handles power management, camera, internal storage, and security. Whereas the T1 Mac Co-processor launched back in 2016 with the MacBook Pro is primarily being used to handle the touch bar above the keyboard and the Touch ID. Both these T1 and T2 co-processors are ARM-based chips and are not intended to take the place of an Intel processor used in these machines. As of now, there is no evidence or report which would suggest things will change this year.
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