The man responsible for the Apple silicon transition now works for Intel

Jeff Wilcox, director of Mac system architecture has joined Apple's old processor partner.

It's safe to say that Apple's transition away from Intel processors to its own Apple Silicon in the Mac has been well-received. The M1 processor, and the Macs that used it and its variants (like the M1 Pro and M1 Max), have received broad acclaim for their performance, compatibility, and power efficiency. So much so that it has completely turned the tables on Intel and AMD, making their customers ask how their new products compare to Apple's best.

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Jason Cross

Jason Cross

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