Discussions are ongoing on interesting details about new Mac models with Apple processors, which Apple announced as part of WWDC 2020. Among these discussions, the most issues on the maps remain on the agenda. Apparently, Apple is preparing to exclude not only Intel processors, but also AMD video cards from the agenda.
Mac models with Apple processors may not have AMD graphics cards
As part of WWDC 2020, Apple shared information that within 2 years all Mac models will be gradually updated with Apple processors. The most visible are JPU-side performance details and software-side support. However, the video cards were not as attentive to the GPU as expected.
Until now, Apple has used AMD video cards on MacBook Pro, iMac and Mac Pro models. In this process, you could use AMD screen cards with an Intel processor. In the Mac model with an Apple processor, apparently, external video cards will not be used.
There are no details of the GPU on the Apple processor side in the Intel and Apple processor comparison tables. This means that Apple is not only preparing to take Intel processors out of the agenda, but is also preparing to take video card manufacturers out of the agenda.
As for the graphic difference compared to models with AMD screen cards, now, unfortunately, there are no clear details. Obviously, in the new Apple Mac process, for some time the video card will remain among the interesting details. At present, new details will appear.