Follow GizmoChina, the interview covered various topics, including Apple’s move to using a processor designed specifically for the Mac line with the name M1 that it launched nearly a year ago.
Also at the Unleashed event taking place on the morning of October 19, Apple introduced two new processors, including M1 Pro and M1 Max.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is determined to get back VIP customer Apple
But even so, Intel has not given up on its desire to continue supplying chips to Apple. In an interview with Fried, Pat Gelsinger stated he hopes to return to Apple by competing with the company through its own chips. He added that Intel has stumbled in the past and will fight hard to win back Apple’s business by making better chips than Apple.
“Apple decided it could make a better processor than us. And they did a great job. So now Intel has to develop a better chip than Apple. I hope to win back Apple customers as well as many other companies over time,” Gelsinger said.
In the interview, Gelsinger even went as far as saying his company had to make sure Intel’s processors were better than Apple’s, and the ecosystem was more open. He hopes Intel will create more compelling reasons for developers and users to use products based on Intel processors.