Apple vs Intel - What You DIDN'T Know!

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  • Wanted to go a bit more technical in this one. Covering Intel's story and the real reason why they are behind. Hope you guys enjoyed it! What are your thoughts on 1. The Video In General and 2. The Intel Situation?

    ZONEofTECHZONEofTECHAylar önce
    • More than ARM vs x86, isn't it more of a SoC design advantage?

      NirmalNirmal23 gün önce
    • I title this video "while intel slept"

      Victor AhiabenuVictor Ahiabenu27 gün önce
    • They don't have to release ARM processors, Intel can use RISC-V, which is an open source architecture. Its even more power efficent than ARM. You should look at RISC-V chips. There is even some inexpensive AI SBCs using RISC-V.

      Sean GodsellSean GodsellAylar önce
    • very great video idk intel seems to be in a bad spot rn

      Ron1n GamingRon1n GamingAylar önce
    • low prices are the only thing going for intel...

      aspireaspireAylar önce
  • My first visit on this channel, my first decision of subscription

    Miiro DavidMiiro David4 saatler önce
  • Maybe Intel could get on the ARM bandwagon with a hybrid processor that had 2 x86 cores and multiple ARM cores. If the x86 cores could go into a 0 power state when not needed and be active when running x86 applications it could provide a great experience for both ARM and x86 applications. Of course they would need to smash the ARM core performance out of the park and offer low power consumption. Intel have had a great run with x86 but now Apple have the M1, almost all mobile devices us ARM and even the world’s fastest supercomputer is ARM based, the writing seems to be on the wall for x86. The advantage of raw performance for x86 is gone and the performance per watt is still strongly in ARM’s favour. I suppose Intel could release a new x86 processor with a massive performance jump to save the day but I won’t be holding my breath. Even if they can, it probably will only delay the inevitable demise of x86.

    Spherical EarthSpherical EarthGün önce
  • Intel is becoming Captain Ahab

    Rigo ArevaloRigo Arevalo3 gün önce
  • Do you know which application get the best integration with the processor?

    artraftartraft3 gün önce
  • That was a great analysis.

    Josh JJosh J6 gün önce
  • thank you!

    artynoaartynoa7 gün önce
  • Me: Buys a pc Intel: 🤑 Me: Actually buying a pc with AMD Intel:🤯

    LiamLiam7 gün önce
  • A sign That the MBAs have taken over instead of the engineers once run Intel. Never a good sign for a technology company

    Michael John LittleMichael John Little8 gün önce
  • Arm is nothing special. What's really special for them really came from Intel and Intel's sidekick AMD. They have been the only viable competition to x86/64 which forced the formation of a sizable eco system, with mainly other (in some cases much bigger) participants than Arm. Once that alliance has formed and found its niche, Intel's intransigence basically made the Arm-based camp stronger and stronger and their niche becoming larger and larger. On the other hand, although this alliance is Arm-based, Arm itself is but a side-note parasite in it and has not made any real contributions in terms of innovations for quite some time. Their last true innovation was the big.LITTLE concept and that was from how long ago? The other problem Intel has had in recent years is its inability to continue Moore's Law whilst TSMC has been, after a fashion. This is due to a set of specific technological innovations for which TSMC was responsible. This state of affairs just hit Intel at the right/wrong time. However, TSMC cannot scale this much further either because of the laws of physics, but this does not matter for them. The one that dies a little bit later gets to be the last one standing, and will duly reap rich rewards. Why did TSMC do better at fab than Intel? Because Intel fab was tied to Intel system design and this lack of flexibility within Intel created the classical situation united we stand, together we fall.

    tt 321tt 3219 gün önce
  • Why? Complacency…

    Jo ZhJo Zh11 gün önce
  • 12:53 Intel nailing the next nail in Intel’s coffin 😏

    Alex GeldAlex Geld12 gün önce
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    Eugene ElkinEugene Elkin12 gün önce
  • I think the problem with ARM is that intel cannot force other OEM to adopt their ARM chips as not many applications are optimised for ARM architecture on windows I think microsoft should force developers to to optimise their apps for ARM architecture

    Darker than BlackDarker than Black14 gün önce
    • ​@Darker than Black Yes, all really optimized, since you could only create Windows Store apps for it. I am sure you know the whole story :)

      Denis SilvaDenis Silva11 gün önce
    • @Denis Silva but were programs/apps optimised ??

      Darker than BlackDarker than Black11 gün önce
    • Microsoft did, it was called Windows RT :)

      Denis SilvaDenis Silva11 gün önce
  • Fun fact, all the difficulty with overheating and such that the macbook has had to deal with these last 5 years was because the laptops were designed for 10nm but Intel never delivered on that CPU. If Intel Did deliver on the 10nm, the laptops Never would’ve overheated. Apple, got All the heat and blame... and not Intel.... Gotta love these apple haters, they really love pointing at the wrong side

    JimJim18 gün önce
  • Unfortunately you don't really know what you are talking about. The reason Intel is in the mess its in is a direct result of the ex-CEO Brian Krzanich. He ruined the culture at Intel. He thought he was smarter than anyone else and pushed out many of Intel's top people just to make a change. He was arrogant and an extremely poor manager. That is why he was fired not because of the affair he had with an Intel employee. The next CEO Bob Swan came from a finance background and knew nothing about technology or manufacturing. He was a nice person but was not able to stop the ship from sinking and was relieved of duty. Intel's real hope is Pat Gelsinger, a former Intel manager who is technically savvy and extremely smart. He is knows the Andy Grove culture and hopefully can right the ship before it sinks further. That is the real story from someone who knows Intel inside and has worked with them for over 30 years at the highest levels.

    Bruce SilversteinBruce Silverstein18 gün önce
  • Intel will come back. Trust. Too much hate on them.

    ubaldojimenezubaldojimenez20 gün önce
  • Intel has also announced that they are entering the automotive chip sector to adress the chip shortage and offer a viable option to the crazy growing chip demand.

    Alan MayAlan May22 gün önce
  • Intel is fuckt!

    Hakan YucelHakan Yucel23 gün önce
  • So I should invest in AMD stock?

    Bryan CBryan C24 gün önce
  • Great video! Would you do a video that looks at the future of computer chips? Especially after 3nm/2nm as there is a physical limit to how small chips can get. What happens after Moore's law ends?

    Amar LuthraAmar Luthra27 gün önce
  • You forgot to mention the 4th reason. "Global climate change" that make all the lake dry up!

    Ekkawute MeelugsanaEkkawute Meelugsana27 gün önce
  • Keep up the visual, audio & content quality. You are beyond good. Wondering if you do a collab with Dave2D, hehe....

    Muhammad Risfan Badrus SalamMuhammad Risfan Badrus Salam27 gün önce
  • Do not forget server side, Nvidia is onboard now.

    dimitrimoonlightdimitrimoonlight28 gün önce
  • I Recalculated the M1 series, M2 series and M3 Series Assumption M2 is 15% faster than M1, M3 is 30% faster than M1 . These are only the ARM achitecture improvements and ignore any improvements that Apple themselves make. This ignores improvements in smaller production size, so this is a rather conservative estimate. Second Assumption, M-series CPU scale a conservative 80% (twice the CPU, 80% improvement in power, is very likely to be more than 90%) and GPU scales 90% efficient (that is also conservative) Third assumption, scaling goes liniar. In all likelyhood the first to are a bit too negative, the third a bit positive. M1 Geekbench Cinebench En HP GPU Single Multi Metal Single Multi 4 4 8 1.709 7.436 21.600 1.498 7.508 4 8 12 1.709 11.418 32.400 1.498 10.800 4 12 16 1.709 16.886 43.200 1.498 15.594 4 16 24 1.709 22.355 64.800 1.498 20.387 4 24 32 1.709 33.293 86.400 1.498 29.974 8 24 40 1.709 33.773 108.000 1.498 31.187 12 36 64 1.709 50.659 172.800 1.498 46.781 16 48 128 1.709 67.546 345.600 1.498 62.374 24 72 256 1.709 101.318 691.200 1.499 93.619 32 96 512 1.709 135.091 1.382.400 1.499 124.826 M2 Geekbench Cinebench En HP GPU Single Multi Metal Single Multi 4 4 8 1.965 8.551 24.840 1.648 8.634 4 8 12 1.965 13.130 33.534 1.648 11.882 4 12 16 1.965 19.419 44.712 1.648 17.155 4 16 24 1.965 25.708 67.068 1.648 22.429 4 24 24 1.965 38.287 67.068 1.648 32.976 8 24 32 1.965 38.839 89.424 1.648 34.310 12 36 64 1.965 58.258 178.848 1.648 51.466 16 48 128 1.965 77.677 357.696 1.648 68.621 24 72 256 1.965 116.516 715.392 1.648 102.931 32 96 512 1.965 155.355 1.430.784 1.649 137.318 M3 Geekbench Cinebench En HP GPU Single Multi Metal Single Multi 4 4 8 2.222 9.667 28.080 1.813 9.760 4 8 12 2.222 14.843 37.908 1.813 13.068 4 12 16 2.222 21.952 50.544 1.813 18.868 4 16 16 2.222 29.062 50.544 1.813 24.669 4 24 24 2.222 43.281 75.816 1.813 36.271 8 24 32 2.222 43.905 101.088 1.813 37.737 12 36 64 2.222 65.857 202.176 1.813 56.605 16 48 128 2.222 87.809 404.352 1.813 75.474 24 72 256 2.222 131.714 808.704 1.813 113.211 32 96 512 2.222 175.619 1.617.408 1.813 150.948

    Beaglefreilauf KalkarBeaglefreilauf Kalkar28 gün önce
  • I totally disagree with you regarding intel must adopt ARM architecture competition is important I why M1 is efficient. Because it has 4 Performance cores and 4 efficiency cores and also unlike it is an SoC Intel till date don't have that type of architecture They are going to release alder lake CPUs that will be the game changer

    VamsiVamsi28 gün önce
  • I don't think it's that simple when it comes to the performance/efficiency trade, it's not an ARM vs x86-64 thing. As you pointed out, at one point the performance/watt trade-off of ARM devices was pretty poor. Do notice nobody else has an ARM chip that is as good as the M1, if it was that simple we'd be seeing ARM Chromebooks destroying Intel m3-based ones for a long time already. The reality is the M1 is very well designed. That's the bad news for everyone other than Apple. The good news for Intel and AMD is we can't really say x86-64 is dead just yet. AMD has been pushing the performance/watt of their stuff a lot, I don't doubt they can design a power-efficient x86-64 chip. The question is how long will it take and will they be able to survive until then.

    Gustavo NoronhaGustavo Noronha28 gün önce
  • Apple living in Intel's mind rent free...

    Mau GiovaMau Giova28 gün önce
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    Alan CallegaroAlan Callegaro29 gün önce
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  • My Fav Console is Ps5 And Spider man Miles Morales is the best game i like it

    Abdul_KnaxAbdul_KnaxAylar önce
  • Dutch ASML builds the machines for making the 7nm chips. Taiwan is using them, Intel not...

    IGM InfographicmediaIGM InfographicmediaAylar önce
  • Intel still has time to recover because the x86 architecture is still used by many software. Some developers are not willing to develop for the ARM architecture, at least not yet. I'll give it at least 2 years for everyone to catch up. The main problem with M1 right now is software optimization (not apple software). Right now, it'll only benefit students (note taking), creatives (using apple software like Final Cut, Logic, etc.) and casual users (internet browsing, Netflix). For developers, it misses the mark and still needs some work. I've had mine for 3 months now and I'm having a lot of hiccups regarding software development. It is also quite buggy so it's paperweight and I still use an intel laptop as my main. Believe me, they're still very much relevant but I agree, they do lack innovation.

    TheYoungOne0001TheYoungOne0001Aylar önce
  • They aren't proud of x86. Windows is their target platform, which is x86. It's that simple

    Dave O'BrienDave O'BrienAylar önce
  • X86 Instuction were developed by intel not AMD. AMD come into market way later and was sue by Intel

    Andrew NguyenAndrew NguyenAylar önce
  • Day jus not trying something new that's all they have to do intel

    Simple Sounds music InternationalSimple Sounds music InternationalAylar önce
  • It’s called “Kodak syndrome”

    Abdul AlkaabiAbdul AlkaabiAylar önce
  • It's like a contractor does not know how to fix his own house, but offer to fix for others. Dumb ass Intel

    Andre NguyenAndre NguyenAylar önce
  • Pains me to say it because I loved Sega, but Intel are the new Sega. Too many failed products. A giant is falling: if they don’t adapt and take a lesser stance they’re risking being trodden on altogether.

    CyberspacedwellerCyberspacedwellerAylar önce
  • Intel is working on their new 5nm processor technology. Apple moved to their own processor because they want to stop the "right to repair", taking the hardline to proprietary system so that it will be difficult to repair. Now they are soldering all components to the mainboard and gluing it down with resin. Too bad for all you apple users when your computer breaks you will have to pay tons of 💲💲💲💲 to get it fixed.

    Satobatsu KaibaSatobatsu KaibaAylar önce
  • I'm hoping for ARM on the desktop that's good for gaming.

    MsErica647MsErica647Aylar önce
  • Hi. What laptop Apple and windows should we buy for no more than £1,000

    Darrell WoodDarrell WoodAylar önce
  • I learned something from this vid. I wasn't giving AMD a chance at all, now I think I will. Intel won't switch to ARM unless all the software developers are fully committed to developing programs to work on ARM. intel's biggest market is not us pons, it's the major corporations and Governments using all intel-based PCs. SMH.

    Buddy305luvBuddy305luvAylar önce
  • I am super enjoying your channel

    #Team_Alara Joel#Team_Alara JoelAylar önce
    • And I got a likeeee...... Now you've made me feel like if i DON'T get an M1 I will be the slowest programmer on earth... I'd wait for the M2 tho, according to you it's a few months away!!!!

      #Team_Alara Joel#Team_Alara JoelAylar önce
  • Very good analysis! Excellent 100% agree!

    Svein SoermoSvein SoermoAylar önce
    • Thanks for being a member, Svein! 😁

      ZONEofTECHZONEofTECHAylar önce
  • It’s the classic Blockbuster scenario: fail to innovate and the market will move on without you.

    Austin BlaserAustin BlaserAylar önce
  • Gosh I still have my 2011 MacBook Pro. Due mainly to you tech guys, I’m waiting for the 14” MacBook Pro . Keep up the good work!

    Halford HowesHalford HowesAylar önce
  • Intel was yesterday like FakeBook will be yesterday, YewBoob will be yesterday Tweeter will be yesterday. Time marches on while the usual suspects gets left far behind, no matter how much money and power you have, you’re never too big to fail. 😘

    Chatsworth Osborne, Jr.Chatsworth Osborne, Jr.Aylar önce
  • RIP Intel

    Lawrence OeiLawrence OeiAylar önce
  • Wow u hit it out the ballpark with this factoid story. Great work.

    KC ROLLINSKC ROLLINSAylar önce
  • So basically intel ignored the Innovation - Curve thinking that tho gs have plateaued when really it hasn’t and that’s given. It’s competition time to mature

    AME TVAME TVAylar önce
  • Imagine if microsoft create their own chip.... Intel is done

    Aria NugrohoAria NugrohoAylar önce
  • Pride is ALWAYS the cause of death.

    Gabriel PdeLGabriel PdeLAylar önce
  • just give me a 30"-32" iMac w M1X or M2 and i'll buy instantly

    doc Bdoc BAylar önce
  • Should it not be Apple vs AMD these days? :)

    N BuxtonN BuxtonAylar önce
    • ​@juergen hartmann AMD’s stronghold is gaming? no. That was the Intel’s last stand they were trying to hold. With AMD outperforming in all other areas. It’s a simple case of AMD’s CPUs clearly outperforming Intel these days, and the 11th gen looking worse than the 10th due to having to cut core count. Apple M1 vs Intel is not a good comparison anymore. Hopefully in the next 2 years they will be back with a bang. We will see.

      N BuxtonN BuxtonAylar önce
  • The fact that apple can still get away with it with no touch screen or any fancy second screens shows a lot.

    [ Josh ][ Josh ]Aylar önce
  • Intel have hooked themselves onto upward compatibility for x86. They need an internal revolution to be capable of challenging ARM/Apple. To survive, they need a radical new design - and approach to design - for their processors.

    Harry BarrowHarry BarrowAylar önce
  • I have been using Windows 10 with Intel processors for many years now, but I am a bit frustrated with the Intel processor based laptop battery performance and excessively loud fan noise. I'm not in the market for a laptop at the moment, but when the time comes I will most likely go with Apple. I really like the Windows 10 operating system, but I'd rather move to another platform to get better battery life and less noise. I'm not into gaming and it's possible that AMD will come out with something that will meet my requirements, but I doubt that it will happen.

    Harold E.Harold E.Aylar önce
  • i have a macbook air m1 and can't fucking believe the performance this puppy delivers, intel just fucked up lol

    isinoxisinoxAylar önce
  • x86 will not go away any time soon, wanna know why? Read about the difference between RISC and CISC. There is a good reason why ARM chips have been avoided for mainline CPU's, and it's mainly that RISC based systems like cars without high gear ratios. Imagine trying to race a car that has the top 3 gears missing. Yea you could probably get to 100 mph in 3rd, but you'll get to a speed where the engine just blows (equivalent in CPU physics would be the chip getting too hot). I'd bet anyone ARM stays a mostly mobile thing for Apple.

    KodaloidKodaloidAylar önce
    • @andyH_England Just remember those efficiency cores only work for specific tasks, so yes they'll definitely help, especially for video encoding, and light multimedia. But for desktops, I honestly believe the tech that AMD has coming is going to influence what Apple do in that space over the next 3 years.

      KodaloidKodaloidAylar önce
    • @Kodaloid Yes, I do agree, but the consumer and part of the prosumer market for laptops will benefit more from ARM than Intel ATM. Of course, for complicated sustained workloads then ARM’s advantages are lost as a main attribute are the efficiency cores that can complete the simpler tasks at much lower power costs. This is the benefit, especitally in ultrabooks, the core consumer market, that make ARM compelling, and why it could decimate Intels most profitable sector?

      andyH_EnglandandyH_EnglandAylar önce
    • ​@andyH_England The subject is complicated, so I get why people fail to understand what's going on. There are benefits and drawbacks to both CISC (x86 etc..) and RISC (ARM, Apple Silicon, Risc-V etc...). Regarding Apple hardware in general, one of the more important factors though is sustained clock speed. On mobile devices (laptops, tablets, phones) what is most important is to deliver an immidiate boost in clocks to make the device feel snappy and efficient. However the thermal headroom (defined by the environment, how thin is the device, how much heat can you effectively move away etc...) has meant that intel chips have become less and less desirable. Not because they are slow, but because they are not designed for the environment. They work best when all cores can operate above a specific clock speed. On mobile devices that range is out of limits and causes the chips to throttle down. RISC has a clear advantage in this space, because the features devices like that need, are easily supplied by a reduced instruction set. There is no need for huge memory management systems, or device bridges to support dozens of connected PCIe devices (thanks to intel by the way for still providing thunderbolt). So the efficiency is solely provided by just not having an as complicated chip. Sustained higher clock speeds are needed for things like games & heavy multi tasking, tasks which x86 i'm afraid is just going to be better at for a long time. x86 makes performance improvements by creating shortcuts to allow a single instruction to do many things rather than one (as seen in RISC). This means things like advanced (calculations, specialist branch prediction etc...) get a performance bump. Run a blender test on both a RISC and CISC CPU and you'll see this in action. The RISC chip will reach a maximum clock speed, then will never be able to perform better than that. A CISC chip though will perform better depending on how fast the clocks are relative to the IPC. understands Lastly on the Data Centre thing, technically that also fits into a category where RISC does well in too, as a lot of server stuff is more down to efficiency than computation. However ARM will have to compete with NVIDIA in that area, not Intel really as GPU's are king for parallel computing / ai. I'm a big fan of computers in general. A 20+ year enthusast who loves tech from all the big players including Apple, personally I want to see Risc-V do well in the PC space. Just know this isn't an attack, rather an attempt to get people to look at the reality, and actually take pride in what Apple has actually accomplished, rather than making stuff up. Please ask for clarity if any of the above didn't make sense.

      KodaloidKodaloidAylar önce
    • I understand data centres are moving to an ARM setup, as it is extremely environmentally friendly, which may be a more pertinent reason to go to ARM? Using the efficiency cores you can save up to 10x less power consumption. There is no way a sensible person or business cannot understand that even with the negatives this is compelling for cost savings on top of the Green agenda?

      andyH_EnglandandyH_EnglandAylar önce
  • The Best....

    Paulo Freire JrPaulo Freire JrAylar önce
  • My dad: Remember when you topped the class in 2nd grade? Since then your grades have been dropping. Me: 4:31

    SaigiridharSaigiridharAylar önce
  • Awesome video! Very In-depth! Also, I like those zooms when there's an emphasis!

    Fortimus PrimeFortimus PrimeAylar önce
  • Intel deserves whatever it gets.

    Ed MitchellEd MitchellAylar önce
  • I was originally going to post meme But seriously, this video is a disappointment, you could very well patch together a few wiki article for a video - nothing here is new and despite having outlined the topic, you don't even touch the issue like Intel manufacturing problem beyond they just gave up? * they didn't, they tried to go 10nm they just can't get the yield that can satisfy the market and really if you are to make a video it should at least include some insight on why that is the case - or just don't list it

    e21bige21bigAylar önce
  • Is there anyone that owns a Samsung Q70A 4K Qled 55 inch tv? I want to know if this TV can play next gen games in 4K at 120 Hz, or at least in 1440 at 120 Hz. Some people say this TV cant do 120 Hz, but its supposed to have an HDMI 2.1 also. If anyone has this TV and can verify that this TV can play games at 120 fps, please let me know.. thanks

    J TeeJ TeeAylar önce
  • Lineup thing: That's basically the difference between efficiency and effectiveness. You can be efficient and do a job the best way possible with the tools you have, even if it is not the right job to do (Intel story). But it seems Apple decided to do the right job, even if it's not necessarily efficient / optimized yet. In the end, it is almost always better to the more effective than more efficient.

    Eng GansEng GansAylar önce
    • Wise words

      #Team_Alara Joel#Team_Alara JoelAylar önce
  • The battle of the chips clearly demonstrates natural selection. If you fail to adopt to the market your out

    JayJay9jJayJay9jAylar önce
  • Why? Because "Intel values diversity and inclusion." Instead of echnology and meritocracy.

    Franz LyonheartFranz LyonheartAylar önce
    • Works for Apple no?

      Stéphane MignotStéphane MignotAylar önce
  • 11:04 Congratulations intel, you played yourself

    Samir DulabhSamir DulabhAylar önce
  • Intel is bringing back tick-tock. Do u think that'll help?

    Protyush ChatterjeeProtyush ChatterjeeAylar önce
  • Damn Intel is looking like Sony Corp right now.

    Junior SJunior SAylar önce
  • Due to frequent delays in manufacturing process for 10nm cause of which apple had to face the heat for the macbook pro line apple ditched intel and its just going to get worse for intel cant wait for the apple M1X its going to be revolutionary!!!!

    Abhishek AbhiAbhishek AbhiAylar önce
  • I think Apple is secretly taking a page out of Lenovo's book. My ThinkPad never gets hot...I be on it for like 6hrs straight and sometimes on my bed the whole time and it still runs cool. Wouldn't be surprised if Apple made Lenovo sign an NDA and Lenovo helped them with their chips.

    cjack202003cjack202003Aylar önce
    • 😂 a OnePlus smartphone also doesnt get hot after 6h of usage. Maybe Apple should give them credits for helping them out. The only thing that helped Apple to make the M1 are the A-Series chips, thats it.

      KNAX_NO4HKNAX_NO4HAylar önce
  • Armv9... Imagine the massacre!

    Αντώνης ΔρόσοςΑντώνης ΔρόσοςAylar önce
  • I bought a 10600k and I’m super happy!

    Traktor PetrovTraktor PetrovAylar önce
  • Wildes Video much Love ❤️🙏

    Ranz RanzRanz RanzAylar önce
  • the innovtions are very hard in large organizations, intel should innovate to undermine establised leaders or create new opportunires(architecture.).

    Shenzhen 深圳Shenzhen 深圳Aylar önce
  • great video

    Kristian AvramovKristian AvramovAylar önce
  • Tsmc has beaten intel

    p sp sAylar önce
  • 12:53 could be a meme template 👀😂

    Aysh KhanAysh KhanAylar önce
  • Apple costomer might be the biggest collective of retards these days

    MosesChristusMosesChristusAylar önce
  • This video seems vital for both firms to detect any scientific factors for a better understanding of key markets' sales ratio.

    noomy 663noomy 663Aylar önce
  • Maybe Intel will embrace the pro market with really powerful procs consuming tons of power using x86-64 and be less competitive on the thin and light market?

    ChimpurChimpurAylar önce
  • Your video content and quality is always awesome bro...Love from india

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  • Daniel, please update the subscribe animation with clicking the bell and then select "All", otherwise, "Personalized" is set by default and someone like me, would not git notification.

    Lucien ChuLucien ChuAylar önce
  • After dominating with the smartphone chip apple is out to dominate the laptop chips👀

    EshaanEshaanAylar önce
    • And then they will dominate the workstation processor with 64 cores in the next Mac Pro.

      Atis BasakAtis BasakAylar önce
  • I have a lot of positive memories with Intel. Hopefully they will get the curve.

    OlliOlliAylar önce
  • M1 is extremely overrated

    Kelvin KELSKelvin KELSAylar önce
    • Ur mom overrated

      Cris MartinCris MartinAylar önce
  • Intel's customer base are people that don't know anything about computers and don't want to spend too much. no idea how they can survive on that 😂

    gb997gb997Aylar önce
  • Love you buddy ♥️♥️

    Vijay SirohiVijay SirohiAylar önce
  • The ideal situation for Intel would be to work together closely with Microsoft. 1. All of the new cpus from 12th gen on will be hybrid chips, requiring proper core scheduling on the OS side. 2. While the surface line up is cool for what it is, there is no surface laptop that directly competes with high performing workstation laptops. They can’t compete with an XPS or equivalent windows laptop, they can’t compete with MacBooks (especially now). But Intel is so focused on its evo laptop designs, they should point that focus here. 3. Part of why Apple has been so successful is that they have a closed hardware and software ecosystem, the software is built around the hardware and makes the best possible use of it. Microsoft and Intel could do this together.

    -Visii--Visii-Aylar önce
  • Intel’s production issues have been extremely damaging. In my previous job, we dealt with OEM delays (on desktops and laptops) caused by a backlog of Intel processors from 2018 until at least early 2020 (I was put on furlough and then made redundant… so not sure if that constraint continued after Q1 of 2020). I don’t think it can be underestimated how much good will and loyalty Intel lost. (The CEO of Intel at the time said the constraints were no big deal since Intel was still making a ton of $$$… all the while the OEM’s couldn’t get chips to fill orders and businesses like ours were struggling to open new sites and refresh PCs / Laptops at existing ones.

    Edward PhippenEdward PhippenAylar önce
  • Intel is a suck chip and slow down the system 😡

    David LivingstonDavid LivingstonAylar önce
  • My first Mac was a PowerBook Duo. I made some road.

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  • Thank you Bro, Nice and brief explanation

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  • Intel will be the new nokia in 5 years note down.

    NishantNishantAylar önce
  • What's the price of MacBook Pro 14 inch???

    Akash TatinaAkash TatinaAylar önce
  • great video thank you Daniel ....in the tech world change is a constant and if a company doesn't keep up with these changes and have innovating ideas to be able to compete they will be left behind .

    Alexis ZeeAlexis ZeeAylar önce
  • They want to withdraw from development for all.

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