Apple’s M1 chip that it developed itself will definitely have an impact on Intel’s market share. After all, the computer company from Cupertino is one of the largest notebook sellers in the world and Intel has recently been strong in this segment.
The market researchers were initially cautious with forecasts. After all, it first had to be shown how good Apple’s new computers with the M1 chip really are in practice and whether users are also willing to switch to the new ARM platform. Because similar attempts by Microsoft in the large Windows segment came almost completely in vain. But it is now completely clear that Apple is once again succeeding in transitioning the processor architecture very well.
As a result, Intel will lose 50 percent of its previous processor deliveries to Apple this year. In the foreseeable future, there will be no more chips to be bought from the previous supplier in Cupertino. And this will be clearly reflected in the market shares of the semiconductor group, reports the industry journal DigiTimes.
AMD Will Gain
According to this, the chip designer AMD will be able to continue to grow and in 2023 will have a market share of a little over 10 percent for chips for client systems. The Apple shares are estimated to be about the same. This means that Intel is likely to be pushed below the 80 percent mark for the first time in a long time within the next two years.
This of course does not seriously threaten the Group’s leading position in the market. However, this would be another setback in a series of defeats Intel has suffered for some time. There was not only the resurgence of AMD but also the clear failure of attempts to break into new, rapidly growing business areas such as the mobile market.
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