Installation of ARM processors would allow a MacBook to work for several days without recharging
18.10.2017 Erika J. Wells 0 Comments
At the summit Qualcomm 4G/5G, Microsoft released laptop equipped with ARM-processor operating without recharging for several days. Apple may use a similar technique.
From 16 to 18 October 2017 in Hong Kong summit Qualcomm 4G/5G, which was found leading manufacturers of mobile devices.
One of the topics that caused the greatest interest of visitors was the announcement of Microsoft’s laptop running on Windows 10 running on ARM processor. According to one of the representatives of Microsoft, the laptop will be enough to charge every couple of days.
The opportunity to work for several days on a single charge for a laptop is a serious innovation.
If you consider that Apple’s already superior to the Snapdragon chipsets from Qualcomm, it can be assumed that MacBooks are equipped with ARM modules, will become market leaders.
Independent ARM-processor is already used for Touch Bar MacBook Pro, 2017.
Create a MacBook, equipped with analogue A11 Bionic, would significantly increase battery life and achieve better efficiency.
New Microsoft can force Apple to think about implementing similar technology in their laptops.
After Apple introduced the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X under the control of the processor A11 Bionic, the power of the chipset compared with the capabilities of the processor MacBook 2017. The novelty has shown good results during the test, Geekbench, getting 4169 and 9837 points in testing of one and all cores. The Intel Core i5 processor with a frequency of 3.1 GHz, which is equipped with 13-inch MacBook Pro 2017, received 4247 and 10438 points respectively.
Of course, the screen laptop is more like the size of the battery. No third-party development will not allow Apple to achieve the same performance as the use of its own technology.
At the end of September 2017 has already appeared rumors that Apple may develop its own cellular modems for the iPhone and the ARM processor for the Mac.
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