1. Apple Just Killed The MacBook As We Know It: ‘Don’t Buy A Mac’ Is Good Advice — MacBook Pro, MacBook Air On Hold  Forbes
  2. Former Intel engineer offers insight into Apple's move to ARM  KitGuru
  3. Everything Apple announced in its WWDC keynote: iOS 14, Apple Silicon, macOS 11 Big Sur, more  9to5Mac
  4. Apple Quietly Confirms New MacBook Pro Feature  Forbes
  5. Apple's chipset advantage has me more jealous than ever  Android Police
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This week Apple killed the MacBook until further notice.This week Apple killed the MacBook until further notice.

Apple Just Killed The MacBook As We Know It: ‘Don’t Buy A Mac’ Is Good Advice — MacBook Pro, MacBook Air On Hold

A former Intel engineer reckons Skylake issues led to Apple's breakup with Intel.During WWDC this year, Apple officially announced plans to move to 'Apple Silicon' inside Macs, movi

Former Intel engineer offers insight into Apple's move to ARM | KitGuru

Apple's WWDC 2020 was packed full of new announcements, moving from topic to topic at a swift pace. Here's everything that was announced.Apple's WWDC 2020 was packed full of new announcements, moving from topic to topic at a swift pace. Here's everything that was announced.

Everything Apple announced in its WWDC keynote - 9to5Mac

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A divorce from Intel and a bonanza of announcements at WWDC: all the Apple news you missed this week, in a handy bite-sized roundupA divorce from Intel and a bonanza of announcements at WWDC: all the Apple news you missed this week, in a handy bite-sized roundup

Apple Breakfast: WWDC special - Macworld UK

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In a recent video posted to YouTube, Piednoël says that the quality assurance for Intel’s Skylake processors was “more than a problem, it was abnormally bad.”In a recent video posted to YouTube, Piednoël says that the quality assurance for Intel’s Skylake processors was “more than a problem, it was abnormally bad.”

Ex-Intel engineer reveals the reason why Apple decided to switch to in-house chips for future Macs | Technology News,The Indian Express

According to a former Intel employee, poor quality assurance by Intel for the Skylake processors was the reason for Intel and Apple's split.

Skylake poor quality assurance was reason for Intel Apple split, insider claims