I knew Apple would go the way of AMD, just didn't anticipate it to happen in the Apple TV. Interesting, but definately a smart move. If Fusion does a single die then it's certainly the logical choice for Apple as it will wau a lower TDP than a Core i3.
I know there are Apple haters on TPU and I'm one of them but look at it this way: with Apple as a major client, it's more money for AMD to spend on developing their chips. Apple WILL sell lots of these and as a result AMD WILL get los of money.
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