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Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Apple and Nvidia would be working to improve the Mac's future

It seems that Apple and Nvidia have teamed up to create a new line of Mac's that are characterized by their high graphics performance. This information, Nvidia company emerged when invited, Mac software engineers to develop drivers running for videos.

Apple is expected to submit a hardware renewed for its line of Mac's to Ente year, more specifically for line MacBooks Pro with a slimmer design, USB-C ports and touchbar OLED to replace the top row of keys function.

Since Nvidia is now hiring engineers for jobs and assuming that the Mac's new are ready in a matter of weeks, it is likely that any potential changes you make Nvidia look freshly captured in a few years. Still, maybe Nvidia and Apple are working together to implement improvements in hardware video for Mac's future.

Both Nvidia and AMD have lost presence in the mobile chip business, where Apple decided to use their mobile devices for PowerVR graphics, which can be found in the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.

The options of discrete graphics cards are not yet applied to most Mac's purchases, as the MacBook Pro 13-inch, 12-inch MacBook and MacBook Air, which depend only on Intel integrated graphics.

Given the power and space requirements for discrete graphics and the ongoing search for Apple thinness and portability without sacrificing battery life, it seems unlikely that Nvidia graphics are integrated into the Mac's laptops.

There are also rumors that Apple estría working on an external screen Retina next-generation integrated graphics, making the low-power devices like the MacBook Pro 12-inch not do the heavy lifting.

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