It's amazing how far ahead Apple put their chips in the competition. Same instruction sets as everyone else, but even out performing the owner of said instruction set to the point where it seems ARM is following Apple's lead on their usage of the ARM instruction set; I guess getting Jim Keller to work on the project helped a lot. Aside, S865 seems to be a decent upgrade, but it feels.... half baked, like Qualcomm's focus isn't on this chip but the next one.
I'm curious to see where AMD and Samsung are going with their partnership.
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