Apple said to design chips to outdo Intel, SpaceX focuses on test flight and satellites
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A new report says Apple is working on a new series of Mac processors designed to outperform Intel's fastest chips, and these could arrive next year in the fall.
Bloomberg reports that Apple chip engineers are working on several successors To the M1 custom chip.
That's the first Mac main processor that Apple debuted in November and it can be found in its latest laptops and the Mac Mini desktop.
In other news SpaceX is working on a series of test flights for a spacecraft.
It hopes to send to the moon and some day Mars.
It's called starship and founder Elon Musk tweeted out a photo of the latest prototype craft nicknamed SN8.
In the photo it towers over some very tiny looking people at a development facility in Boca Chica, Texas.
This craft is set to go about eight miles into the air.
It's just one of several tests Toward getting Starship into orbit.
Also SpaceX has been rewarded almost $900 million from the federal communications commission to help bring broadband internet to rural areas.
The company, Starlink Satellites will beam internet to more than 600,000 locations across 35 States.
Under the FCC program, the starlink program would send 1000s of small satellites into orbit and these flying routers would beam connectivity back to Earth.
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