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No chipset as effective as Apple M1 Max before 2024

No chipset as effective as Apple M1 Max before 2024

If Alder Lake processors for laptops can truly rival the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips in terms of performance, Intel’s roadmap tells us that the company won’t be able to surpass the power efficiency of Apple’s APUs before 2024.

Intel still has a long way to go before it overtakes Apple chips in energy efficiency

Intel still has a long way to go before surpassing Apple chips in energy efficiency // Source: Apple

Shared on Twitter by TV lovea road map From Intel gives us a glimpse of the brand’s plans to surpass Apple in laptop energy efficiency. We learn that despite its efforts, the company won’t be able to beat the M1 Pro/M1 Max chips in this area before the end of 2023 or the beginning of 2024. We will then be in the 15th generation of core processors, dubbed “Arrow Lake-Pon the laptop. as pointed out Mac rumorsIntel’s goal will be to make a big difference: to deliver maximum performance while keeping consumption as low as possible.

Note that Intel It has already surpassed Apple’s latest mobile processors according to its rigorous computing power, and this is with its current generation Alder Lake. Apple, which uses ARM technology, still retains a leading role in the issue of energy efficiency. Its chips are remarkably capable of developing better performance on battery power thanks to their contained consumption. They also have the advantage of allowing excellent autonomy and little heating, even in heavy use.

Intel is said to be using TSMC’s 3nm pattern for its Arrow Lake-P . chips

The document shared by AdoredTV indicates that Intel will rely on the TSMC 3nm pattern for future Arrow Lake-P mobile processors. An engraving process that Apple will also use, by 2023, among other things for its iPhone 15 A17 SoCs, but also for future M3 chips.

Source: Intel via AdoredTV

Source: Intel via TV love

As MacRumors recalls, the abandonment of Intel processors, which Apple announced in June 2020, has led to the adoption of Apple Silicon chips on at least four laptops (MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13, MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16), but Also on two desktop computers (latest generation iMac and Mac mini). In 2022, Apple should continue this momentum with the introduction of the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13in addition to the file iMac Pro It is supposed to be equipped with the M1 Pro / M1 Max chipset.

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