So I might get some flame for this but I think it is a fun question... With the "report" that the A10 can match or exceed low power intel processors in "some" usage cases, how could Apple incorporate ARM in MacBooks? Now this was a thought I had but please, anyone with more experience/knowledge on microarch... and computer coding feel free to shoot this idea down. What if Apple could include a small X86 processor core in an ARM design similar to the A10 Fusion processor with its smaller power efficient cores? So the x86 core/s could act as a translator for all x86 apps to run on an ARM processor without the need for software emulation? That way Apple can use ARM where it is a benefit (mobile) while desktops can still use x86 all without any software emulation.