Intel might then return to Apple M1 with its 15th-generation Arrow Lake processors

Intel might then return to Apple M1 with its 15th-generation Arrow Lake processors ...

Both the specs and a probable release date for Intels’ 15th-generation Arrow Lake-P mobile processors have been examined for the first time, and we haven’t even had a chance to test its 12th-generation Alder Lake-P chips yet.

This leak is reflected in a recent leaked preview of the Intel Gen Arrow Lake lineup, and it demonstrates how Intel intends to fight back against Apples M1 Pro/Max chips, which has yet managed to overtake Intel in integrated graphics.

Intel Arrow Lake is expected to be based on the Lion Cove and Skymont architectures for the Performance and Efficiency cores, respectively. The investor roadmap reveals TSMC N3, which implies that the chips will use the N3 process node.

The CPUs will also utilize both performance and efficiency cores, specifically 6+8 configurations. Typically, the core count is 14, the same as the 14th Gen chip. However, the Arrow Lake-P APUs will employ up to 320 graphics execution units, which is sure to significantly increase graphics performance for laptops relying on integrated graphics.

Although Intel will be developing chips for its desktop offerings, its main focus is mobile to primarily target Apples MacBook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch. According to these claims, the Intels chip is reportedly beating out Apples M1 chips, with 14 cores compared to the latter’s 10 cores.

Laptops with Arrow Lake-P processors will be released sometime in 2024, according to the roadmap. However, as these are still unconfirmed leaks, take all this with a grain of salt until Intel has officially confirmed it.

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