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Mac fans hoping for new hardware this year have received a possible explanation for the delay, and some hope 2019 will receive some updates.

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In the notes of Tim Cook and Luca Apple's quarterly results were a few select comments on Intel: The Santa Clara-based chipmaker was supposed to provide the iPhone family with 5G modems, but as we all know, part of the relationship is quite abrupt.

That's not true The only relationship with Apple – anyone with a modern Mac will find that Intel still plays a role in Apple's desk-based computing hardware, and here Cook and Maestri decided to delay the new MacBook Intel to connect Lack of offer: [19659004]

Next I want to talk about the Mac. Sales were $ 5.5 billion, compared to $ 5.8 billion a year ago, driven primarily by processor limitations on certain popular models.

Tim Cook then pulled out of the implications of the restrictions and believed that this was short-term: [19659007] For our Mac business as a whole, we faced some processor limitations in the March quarter, leading to a 5 percent decline in sales year-over-year led. However, we believe that our Mac revenues would have increased year-on-year without these restrictions, and we do not believe that this challenge will have a significant impact on our third quarter results.

Apple CEO Tim Cook unveils new products during a launch event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 (Photo by VCG / VCG via Getty Images)

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It can be assumed that Apple speaks of Intel's ninth generation of core CPUs – the Coffee Lake update. The ninth generation continues to use Intel's 14nm process, but supports up to eight cores.

At the beginning of this year, Mac fans were expecting new hardware that has not been realized yet. These could be shown on the WWDC, but it is more likely that a preview of macOS will be previewed, pointing to new hardware, with updates for MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro to a more traditional launch in October of Christmas sales (and Intel has allowed time to build up a sufficient supply of new processors).

Given Apple's quiet kick to Intel, discussions about MacOS supporting new chipsets at WWDC may well be a clear possibility with Apple-developed ARM processors.

Read more about the competition and Microsoft's update of the Surface Book 2 …

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Mac fans hoping for new hardware this year have given a possible explanation for this and some hope to receive some updates in 2019.

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks in New York during the Time 100 Summit event on April 23, 2019. (Photo: Don Emmert / AFP / Getty Images)

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Taken in the notes of Tim Cook and Luc One Maestri, included in Apple's quarterly results, was some of Intel's election decisions, with the Santa Clara-based chip maker ready to deliver 5G modems to the iPhone family, but how As we all know, part of the relationship is pretty much ended abruptly.

It's not the only relationship with Apple – anyone who owns a modern Mac. They know that Intel still has a role in Apple's desk-based computing hardware plays here Eat Cook and Maestri for linking the delay of the new MacBook with Intel. First, Maestri highlighted the shortage:

Next up, I'd like to talk about the Mac. Sales were $ 5.5 billion, compared to $ 5.8 billion a year ago, driven primarily by processor limitations on certain popular models.

Tim Cook then pulled out of the implications of the restrictions and believed that this was short-term: [19659007] For our Mac business as a whole, we faced some processor limitations in the March quarter, leading to a 5 percent decline in revenue year-over-year led. However, we believe that our Mac revenues would have increased year-on-year without these restrictions, and we do not believe that this challenge will have a significant impact on our third-quarter results.

Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled during a launch new products event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 (Photo by VCG / VCG via Getty Images)

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It can be assumed that Apple speaks of Intel's ninth generation of core CPUs – the Coffee Lake update. The ninth generation continues to use Intel's 14nm process, but supports up to eight cores.

At the beginning of this year, Mac fans were expecting new hardware that has not been realized yet. These could be shown on the WWDC, but it is more likely that a preview of macOS will be previewed, pointing to new hardware, with updates for MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro to a more traditional start in October Christmas sales (and Intel has allowed time to build up a sufficient supply of new processors).

Given Apple's quiet kick to Intel, discussions about MacOS supporting new chipsets at WWDC may well be in vogue with Apple-developed ARM processors.

Read more about the competition and Microsoft's update of the Surface Book 2 …


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