Intel yesterday unveiled its tenth-generation processors code-named “Ice Lake” that while bringing only modest compute improvements accelerate tasks such as machine learning, encryption, video compression, encoding and decoding by a large margin.
Here’s a fascinating insight into the great lengths Apple goes in order to keep your iPhone data private, including spending big bucks on custom silicon development, and special labs on its campus filled with pricey equipment used to test its chips against hacking before they’re released in the wild.
It is now safe to assume that the A14 Bionic chip that’ll power the 2020 iPhone and iPad models will be manufactured on TSMC’s cutting-edge 5nm process technology, yielding faster performance and lower power consumption.
Apple’s custom T2 chip provides unrivaled privacy and industry-leading security features never before present on Mac. Some newer Mac models include this chip and others do not. iDownloadBlog shows you how to identify whether your Mac computer has the Apple T2 chip.