Apple planted a flag last year when it announced a homegrown, custom chip for Mac computers. The M1 chip signaled the beginning of the end of Apple’s relationship with Intel, and Intel was shaken. In turn, Intel has been attacking Apple. Whether it’s hiring Justin Long for a series of ads or conducting social experiments with Apple fans, Intel wants us all to know that Apple hasn’t won yet. But Apple might be preparing to leave Intel in the dust with 3nm chips.
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