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Report: Apple working on chip for future laptops

Apple Inc. is developing a chip to improve battery life in future Mac laptops, Bloomberg News reported Feb. 1, citing sources with knowledge of the matter.

The chip, expected to be similar to the one used in the latest MacBook Pro for its keyboard's Touch Bar feature, will reportedly handle more tasks that are currently being handled by Intel Corp. processors.

The new chip is being built using ARM Holdings Plc's technology, according to the report. The tech giant started developing the chip in 2016.