Nvidia has been heavily focussing on its graphics card portfolio for both the consumer as well as professional segments. It has also gotten into automotive business and over the years its OEM business (where it makes integrated graphics solutions for PCs for non-gaming applications) has seen a decline. But a recent job listing on Nvidia hints at a probable collaboration with Apple and its future Mac products. Currently Apple uses AMD graphics solutions on its Mac line of computers including MacBook Pros, iMacs and the Mac Pro which uses AMD FirePro graphics solution. According to The Motley Fool, Nvidia posted this ad on its jobs listing page last week, which indicates that it is working on a software to allow its graphics processors to work with future Mac products. Another report on iTech Post hints at a job posting for a Mac graphics driver. All these are clear hints that Nvidia may most likely be having its own graphics solutions on future Mac products. Neither Apple, nor Nvidia have commented on the job listings that have been spotted. According to The Motley Fool, Nvidia has stated in the past that non-gaming graphics solutions that it has shipped in computers in the past haven’t really garnered much revenue for the company, specially when compared with its high end and discrete graphics solutions in the gaming, data centre and professional visualisation space. Apple’s Mac lineup is up for a refresh, and it would not be surprising if it indeed goes with Nvidia graphics solutions in its future products. Whether it does go ahead with it, only time will tell.
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Nvidia has been heavily focussing on its graphics card portfolio for both the consumer as well as professional segments. It has also gotten into automotive business and over the years its OEM business (where it makes integrated graphics solutions for PCs for non-gaming applications) has seen a decline.
But a recent job listing on Nvidia hints at a probable collaboration with Apple and its future Mac products. Currently Apple uses AMD graphics solutions on its Mac line of computers including MacBook Pros, iMacs and the Mac Pro which uses AMD FirePro graphics solution.
According to The Motley Fool, Nvidia posted this ad on its jobs listing page last week, which indicates that it is working on a software to allow its graphics processors to work with future Mac products. Another report on iTech Post hints at a job posting for a Mac graphics driver. All these are clear hints that Nvidia may most likely be having its own graphics solutions on future Mac products.
Neither Apple, nor Nvidia have commented on the job listings that have been spotted. According to The Motley Fool, Nvidia has stated in the past that non-gaming graphics solutions that it has shipped in computers in the past haven’t really garnered much revenue for the company, specially when compared with its high end and discrete graphics solutions in the gaming, data centre and professional visualisation space.
Apple’s Mac lineup is up for a refresh, and it would not be surprising if it indeed goes with Nvidia graphics solutions in its future products. Whether it does go ahead with it, only time will tell.
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