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Aug 27, 2021
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“ Apple is taking no prisoners and is all-in with its shift away from Intel.”

Take no prisoners is an appropriate phrase. Apple the iPhone maker, the iPad maker, the AirPods and watch maker, the single digit market share computer maker has crushed it. They’ve committed assault and battery on the semiconductor business. Pound for pound Ultra may be the most powerful ever Togo in a non server computer. But when you compare computational power per watt, they’ve just embarrassed PC semiconductors and SOC makers. Take no prisoners indeed.