The Californian company starts work on its own graphics unit, which it intends to install on its smartphones. The company wants to make itself independent of its biggest rival, Samsung, delivering its GPU over five years, and by the way, to increase its revenue.
Apple makes a lot of money selling iPhones, but the company's profits would have been even greater if it had not been necessary to buy components from external vendors. Contenders have long recognized this principle, so Samsung uses Exynos processors, and Huawei is increasingly installing Kirin chips in its smartphones.
Apple has once surprised everyone by designing their own CPUs on ARM cores, and is now following the blow, and as the media reports, it starts working on its own GPU. For now, the information on this topic is very scant, so it is not known whether the US corporate engineers will achieve the performance of the graphics unit or when the system will be ready.
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