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Intel aims beyond 5Ghz for future MacBook Pro H-series processorsrob53 said:FUD from Intel to try and slow down Apple's migration to i's own chips.
Conspiracy theory BS. Apple will move or not move to its own chips on its own agenda. Whatever Intel says, they will evaluate on their own, and the most important criterium would be how ready Apple would be for the transition (e.g. emulation for running existing Intel compiled programs, future roadmap, different thermal and performance points covered for its own series etc).
In any case, the high speed, top-of-the-line MPBs, as these CPUs are targeted to, would be the very last to go ARM, even if Apple moves forward. We're talking 5+ years in the future.
So hardly "FUD" and hardly aimed specifically at Apple. It's the same kind of presentation Intel has done for decades for its newer architectures.
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Adobe Lightroom updates with more export options and GPU acceleration> Adobe also made some changes to Lightroom Classic, a version used by some professional photographers.
Not "a version used by some professional photographer".
The original Lightroom, and the one that 99% of professional photographers still use, as opposed to the Cloud-based crap.
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