Qualcomm is late: Chips that compete with Apple M1 won’t arrive until late 2023

Qualcomm’s ARM Nuvia processors won’t hit PCs until late 2023which makes the company late in the competition against Apple chips.

In November 2021, Qualcomm predicted that it would take nine months for the ARM processors from its Nuvia purchase to take over Apple’s M-series chips.

However, according to Tom’s HardwareQualcomm President and CEO Christian Amon confirmed that “Development is ongoing and we hope to have [los procesadores] at the end of 2023.”

Amon also said that The use of the Nuvia-designed processor by Qualcomm is because the company “goes to performance.”

Qualcomm bought Nuvia for $14 billion in 2021. The company was founded by former Apple employees, which has caused a number of legal problems.

Qualcomm said at the time that Nuvia processors will make it possible to make Windows laptops that rival Apple’s M1 chips in the MacBook. However, Apple will not make more versions of the M1, and the expectation is that by 2023 we will already have an M2, or even an M3.

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