Apple Products And The Processor Than They Use

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Which processor do all the Apple products use and what are its advantages?

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Apple Products And The Processor Than They Use

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The Apple products make use of the ARM Processor. ARM is short for Advanced RISC Machines. Its motive is to reduce the energy wastage level as much as possible. Its advantages are: high MIPS to Watts ratio, small CPU die size, Less power consumption and also low cost, etc.

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For Apple’s Macintosh computers, the first processor used for a Mac PC is Motorola 68000. It had 24-bit address bus, 32-bit CPU registers, and 16-bit data path. It is referred to as “16-/32-bit microprocessor”.

The following is the list of Mac PCs that use Motorola 68000 processor:

  • * Lisa – 5 MHz, 5 MT/s FSB, introduced on January 1983 and discontinued on January 1984.
  • * Lisa 2 – 5 MHz, 5 MT/s FSB, introduced on January 1984 and discontinued on January 1985.
  • * Macintosh – 8 MHz, 8 MT/s FSB, introduced on January 1984 and discontinued on October 1985.
  • * Macintosh 512K – 8 MHz, 8 MT/s FSB, introduced on September 1984 and discontinued on April 1986.
  • * Macintosh XL – 5 MHz, 5 MT/s FSB, introduced on January 1985 and discontinued on April 1985.
  • * Macintosh Plus – 8 MHz, 8 MT/s FSB, introduced on January 1986 and discontinued on October 1990.
  • * Macintosh 512Ke – 8 MHz, 8 MT/s FSB, introduced on April 1986 and discontinued on September 1987.
  • * Macintosh SE – 8 MHz, 8 MT/s FSB, introduced on March 1987 and discontinued on August 1989.
  • * Macintosh SE FDHD – 8 MHz, 8 MT/s FSB, introduced on August 1989 and discontinued on October 1990.
  • * Macintosh Classic – 8 MHz, 8 MT/s FSB, introduced on October 1990 and discontinued on September 1992.

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