Intel fails to catch the slipstream of the M1

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To all of us who are passionate about car or motorcycle racing, we know what it is to go to the recoil. This is the advantage of going second, since it allows you not to suffer the friction of the air, if you go right behind the first, and you don’t force both the engine of your vehicle and the one in front.

But to do that, you have to be as good as the first one, and stick to it. If you get too far apart, you already lose that slipstream advantage, and it will cost you much more to overtake him. That has happened to Intel. It intends to have a processor ready that surpasses the current M1…. to end of 2023!

adoredTV has got a action planning from the manufacturer of processors Intel, somewhat disappointing for manufacturers of computers based on Intel processors. This roadmap shows that Intel plans to have a new processor capable of outperforming the current M1 by the end of 2023. Too late.

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In the planning it is clear that Intel wants to compete with Apple’s 14-inch MacBook Pro with its series of processors Arrow Lake. According to the roadmap, Intel’s 15th Gen Arrow Lake processors could be ready to ship in late 2023 or early 2024, offering high performance with low power.

It also explains that Intel will use 3nm architecture like TSMC. Apple currently uses the 5nm process for its current chips and is expected to adopt the 3nm architecture in 2023 with Apple’s M3 and A15 processors in the iPhone 15.

It is clear that at the moment TSMC it is winning the battle against the almighty Intel where it hurts the most: the processors. Apple’s current ARM and M-series processors are way ahead of Intel’s, and it looks like they will be for a long time. Intel has lost the slipstream of TSMC.

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