iMac 2016 Model May Be Built To Last A Good 5-8 Years

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Apple fans are already not too happy about the fact that Apple is taking their sweet time with their updates and it looks like it will only be getting from bad to worst now as Intel announce that they will be killing off their tick-tock process.

The tick-tock process means that a process improvement is always followed by an overhaul which means manufacturer will have to keep updating their devices to catch up. The new process that Intel plans to adopt is called the new three-step approach where a process improvement is followed by an optimizing period before moving on which means manufacturer won’t have to update that frequently.

While this might be bad news for those waiting for an upgraded version of the device, it is good new for owners as it also means that the device will actually last longer now.

Do you think the switch is good or bad?

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