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The iPhone’s Move to Intel

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The iPhone’s Move to Intel
Coming to an iPhone near you: Intel Processors. The Inquirer is reporting more information from CeBIT where the iPhone was used to represent the smartphone move to Intel’s Moorestown platform. It would be wise to point out the iPhone could have well been representing smartphones in general and not meant a thing about the device itself

To clarify, the Moorestown platform is based on Intel’s Atom processor which will still use the Core 2 Duo instruction set. This means bringing an amazing amount of power and flexibility to the iPhone, especially when it comes to software. In addition, reports are telling us these chips could cut idle power consumption 10 times over.

The platform likely wont be making a move to the iPhone until 2010 according to AnandTech, so all recent or considering iPhone buyers can rest assured that they won’t be missing out on this at least for another while.

To give you a sense of how small these processors are, the image above is a picture of Intel’s Atom processor, formerly known as Silverthorne.

These chips are literally the future of mobile computing and could end up in a “MacTouch” device, an idea I have mentioned before. Not only could these chips bring seamless integration between computers and mobile devices for software, but they can bring the horsepower to run those applications.

With platforms such as Moorestown, “The Future is Calling,” and Apple is waiting to pick up.

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