If the trend will be respected and the habit of updating the new Apple devices to the processor of the latest generation Intel will continue, we could enjoy interesting new models in the next generation of desktop and laptop, thanks to the implementation of the chip Haswell , the "evolution in key energy savings that do not want to skimp on performance, by Intel.
The company claims that its next-generation chip will offer 50% more time on battery power in portable devices. The main objective, therefore, is to reduce energy consumption on tablets and laptops, but also double the graphics performance.
Intel has some of the chip Haswell oriented towards the use in mobile devices, reducing the power consumption, as low as 7 watts. Previous minimum for
chip core was 10 watts. Ivy Bridge
All this sounds like overly good to be true, but at this point it is worth waiting for the next WWDC 2013 , where we will enjoy a good chance of news about it.