Qualcomm with its next-generation ARM-based chips will specifically compete with Apple Silicon

Qualcomm with its next-generation ARM-based chips will specifically compete with Apple Silicon

Employees praised Apple's move to Intel's own chipset.
The new M-Series chips provide increased processing power as well as extended battery life through lower power consumption.Last November, Qualcomm announced its plans to compete with Apple with its next-generation Arm-based SoC for the PC market.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Qualcomm will release its first M1 PC competitor by the end of 2023.It was recently revealed that Qualcomm will compete with Apple's M-series chips in 2023.
The new chips will be \"designed to set the benchmark for Windows PC performance\" and will be developed by the Nuvia team.According to Qualcomm, the future chips will directly compete with the Apple M1, M1 Pro and M1 Max and provide improved performance and battery life for PCs.It was previously reported that Qualcomm will provide OEMs with samples of the Nuvia chips in August of this year.
Now the plan has been pushed back to the second half of 2022.
After the testing phase, the first Nuvia device for a customer will be available in \"late\" 2023.Nuvia was acquired by Qualcomm in January 2021, which was a startup founded by former Apple chip architects.
Apple is preparing to release its latest M2 chip with the rumored MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models.Before Qualcomm announces its rival M1 chip series, Apple should have announced subsequent variants of the M2 chip.
Moreover, the company may announce its M3 chips by the end of 2023.

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