By now we've all seen the a10x geekbench scores and even though they are very controversial, most agree that it's one heck of a SoC. If it really is as fast as a macbook, even if it's just the basemodel, and with the inclusion of ARM SoC's in cheaper laptops it isn't unlikely Apple could make a mobile SoC chip for MacBook's or even a cpu for (i)Mac's. Who knows, they may even heavily modify mobile gpu's and out them in desktops! Even more interestingly, the A10x only uses up to 3 cores: the 3 in the fast cluster or the 3 in the slower cluster. Therefore Apple could easily up performance simply by making a real 6-core and they could optimize their own OS for it! Add active cooling and some higher clocks, and Apple could have a killer SoC/APU/CPU! The potential is there at least, but what do you think? Could I buy a gaming/high-end workstation MacBook/iMac in the next few years with Apple's own hardware, or will Apple stick with the default manufacturers (Intel, AMD and maybe nvidia at some point)?