Apple’s transition to custom ARM silicon began this month with the launch of the new MacBook Air. While still in its first iteration, the Apple M1 is already setting records in terms of performance and battery life. New leaks suggest that its successor will be way more powerful and not too far.

Apple’s move to in-house system-on-chips was long coming, as it did not want to rely on Intel’s pace of innovation, along with a higher degree of control and optimization. Its iPhones and iPads have been doing this for years.





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