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Is AMD slimming down for a date with Apple?

Intel has served as Apple's sole source for the microprocessors used in its notebook and desktop personal computers since the company began its transition away from PowerPC in 2006, but that may soon change given the company's recent talks with Intel's chief CPU rival Advanced Micro Devices.

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gapecanpie1853d ago

I agree .... this would be awful

I don't even want to think of a world were there's only Apple and Intel in the CPU business.

OVER PRICED AMD CPUs that can't even out do a basic Intel CPU and yet some how I bet Apple would some how try to find a way to justify it.

Kyur4ThePain1853d ago

Then you just buy products with Intel chips, right? I don't see what your problem is.

ThePundit1853d ago

Considering what Apple usually does, they would sell one processor named iFlops.

jerethdagryphon1853d ago

if they did , intell would become the only pc cpu manufacturer

why would apple allow chips they own in competitors products

i hope this is nothing but rumor

ngecenk1853d ago

depends on how you define pc. recent survey shows 40% the web-surfing activity is from mobile device which is dominated by ARM.

anw, this rumor is not making any sense. apple focusing on mobile platform wont affected much by amd.

darthkai1853d ago

A company that overprices every single product buying a company that is known for competitive pricing and great performance/price ratio. To quote the first post, god please NO!

ThePundit1853d ago

Agreed, apple would never do that. Apple focuses on buying technologies and technology creators - particularly software related. They shy away from hardware manufacturers. Which is why Apple still manufactures most of it's products from components made by sony, samsung & siemens even though they are the competition. A primarily software company can pull out easily, a hardware manufacturer would suffer crippling losses. Someone who sells hardware made by others always gains - especially at the margin apple sells its products.