Intel’s Arrow Lake chips are expected to outperform Apple’s Silicon M1 Max and will be available in 2023
Despite Apple’s relative inexperience with computer processors, the Apple M1 Pro and Apple M1 Max far outperformed Intel and AMD chips, especially in terms of power efficiency. Although the performance of the 12th Gen Intel Core H-series processors was improved, they still required more power envelopes to achieve the same results. Twitter user AdoreTV has now revealed a likely roadmap for Intel laptop chips, saying that by 2023 Intel will have processors that can surpass Apple’s Silicon M1 Max. By the end of 2023, Intel is expected to launch Arrow Lake processors, which are said to offer higher power efficiency and performance than Apple’s Silicon M1 Max.
As mentioned earlier, the Arrow Lake series of processors will debut by the end of 2023. These processors will be manufactured using Intel’s 3nm or 3nm process and are expected to be manufactured by TSMC. Therefore, these processors will be more powerful because Intel will be able to pack more transistors into a smaller die area and will also be power efficient. OnePlus is expected to launch a Dimensity 8100-powered phone soon; Key Spec RevealedOnePlus Expected to Launch Dimensity 8100 Powered Phone Soon; Key spec revealed
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Hence, Arrow Lake processors are said to be more powerful and power efficient compared to 12th Gen Intel Core processors and even Apple Silicon M1 Max which is a 5nm processor. Again, Intel will have multiple SKUs in the Arrow Lake series, which will likely be split into H, P, and U series, just like the Alder Lake series of processors. I think this ship sailed a long time off the coast. Apple is highly unlikely to switch back to Intel, especially for laptop chips. However, if Intel can make processors as powerful and efficient as Apple’s silicon, the company will compete with Apple’s MacBooks in the laptop market.
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- Intel’s Arrow Lake chips are expected to outperform Apple’s Silicon M1 Max and will be available in 2023
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