Intel wants to beat Apple’s M1s: 15th generation processors are being studied

Intel he is working on all fronts to beat the chips M1 from Apple. After the excellent results of the latest series of processors, the computer giant seems to want to do something more in terms of efficiencyas one suggests Road map just leaked where Intel would be working on a new chip designed specifically to beat the M1s in every respect.

As leaked from AdoredTVIntel would already be thinking about the CPUs of 15th generation known as “Arrow Lake“with which he will give the priority to mobile chips than desktops, focusing on energy efficiency and delivering better performance. To achieve this goal, Intel will pool its resources with node technology a 3 nanometers of TSMC, the semiconductor company that also makes Apple Silicon chips. The new Arrow Lake CPUs should have more cores for performance and efficiencyso that computers can perform lighter tasks without consuming too much energy.

Based on the leaked table, it appears that i early processors should be ready by the end of 2022 And the beginning of 2023 with QS chips (qualification samples) due out in the third quarter of 2023 and final production starting in the same quarter. Finally, the CPU will be ready for RTS (Ready To Ship) in the fourth quarter of 2023.