You understand that Apple licenses the major portions of their silicon design from a variety of companies (much as a software developer will license software libraries from a variety of companies). There is nobody at Apple who knows what the majority of the CPU is really doing because Apple didn't design the modules.If Apple eventually attain full or as close to full control of the silicone, then we can assume that will give Apple a greater ability to combat against backdoors and potentially have the most secure hardware and operating systems on the planet for the end user.
When you see how Chinese made security cameras (I have direct experience of hardware flooring a network due to it being compromised out of the box) are loaded with malware, the NSA intercepting hardware and Andorra devices coming loaded with malware etc. etc. this has to be a real goal for Apple
Intel on the other hand, designs every transistor in-house.
And you think cheap Chinese cameras being insecure means Intel's latest Silicon is insecure? I've seen some odd logic in favour of Apple CPU's, but this one takes the cake.