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Remove the Intel Apple M2 MacBook Air in a customized USB Retimer chip

via:凤凰网     time:2022/7/27 6:00:39     readed:116

IT House on July 26. According to Macrumors, in M2 MacBook Air, Apple has replaced the USB Retimer chip responsible for controlling the USB-C interface from Intel's model to a customized model, which means that Intel's last residual chip is already in Mac disappears.

According to reports, the IFIXIT dismantling report said they found a U09py3 USB Retimer chip that "seemingly made of Apple" instead of Intel JH8040R USB RETIMER chip.

IT House learned that in May 2021, Mark Gurman from Bloomberg reported that Apple plans to replace the last remaining Intel components with internal chips. At that time, Apple M1 Mac still used Intel USB Retimer components.

In November 2020, Apple officially released the M1 chip. At that time, Apple claimed that the MAC transition plan from Intel to a self -developed chip officially started. From now on, Apple has not yet deployed self -developed chips on the Mac Pro representing the highest computing power. If Apple launch Mac Pro equipped with high -specification M2 chips later this year, the Mac transition plan will successfully end.

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