Last year, Apple announced that they would be transitioning away from the use of Intel’s processors to their own Apple Silicon chipsets. Obviously this is quite a blow to Intel who has been steadily supplying Apple with processors for more than a decade ever since Apple moved away from PowerPC.

However, Intel’s CEO Pat Gelsinger believes that he can win back Apple’s business again. This is according to an interview Gelsinger did with Ina Fried on Axios on HBO where he suggested that all Intel needed to do was make better products than Apple.

According to Gelsinger, “In the meantime, I’ve gotta make sure our products are better than theirs, that my ecosystem is more open — and vibrant — than theirs, and that we create a more compelling reason for developers and users to land on Intel-based products. So I’m gonna fight hard to win [Apple CEO Tim Cook’s] business in this area.”

Apart from Apple’s desire to control their own hardware and software, another reason Apple moved away from Intel was due to the various delays that Intel suffered in recent years. As companies like Apple are reliant on Intel for their latest technology, it also affected Apple’s ability to launch meaningful hardware refreshes.

Will Apple ever go back to using Intel again in the future? That’s hard to say, but for now, it seems like Apple and the various tech reviewers are pretty happy with what the M1’s got to offer.

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