Apple Mac computers will begin a transition towards home-made processors, from 2020, according to a Bloomberg report on Monday.
The move would see Apple phase out Intel processors from its line-up, according to those people ‘familiar with the plans’.
The report says the initiative is codenamed ‘Kalamata’ and the goal is to ensure Macs, iPhones and iPads work together more seamlessly.
Related: New MacBook Pro 2018 latest
This could be part of Apple’s rumoured plans to ensure iOS and macOS apps run across both platforms. The move also follows the inclusion of the custom-build T2 chip within the recent Mac Pro
Bloomberg’s sources say there’ll be a multi-step transition away from Intel, which has been approved by the company’s top brass.
This is a developing story…