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Highly suspect benchmarks claim to detail Apple-designed ARM chips for Mac
Mar 15, 2019, 6:42 pm
An unsubstantiated, and highly suspect, "leak" on Friday claims to reveal benchmarks from a pair of desktop-class ARM processors supposedly designed by Apple, offering what could be the first look at A-series silicon destined for Mac.
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