With Apple's upcoming move to Intel-based processors in 2006, rumors and news about upcoming Intel processors will creep into Mac sites. MacCentral kicks it off by citing informed source who claim that Apple will utilize Intel's Pentium M processor for Macintosh computers starting in 2006. The high performance per watt ratio of the upcoming Pentium M falls in line with the features Steve Jobs cited as reasons for the switch from IBM's PowerPC processor. eWeek provides some additional details and speculation about Intel processors. Of note, a higher performance Pentium M (Yonah), is reported to arrive later this year. The Yonah is reported to be a dual-core version of the Pentium M using a 65-nanometer process. More details of the Yonah chip can be found in this article. Yonah will reportedly be the first mobile dual-core processor as well as the first processor manufactured in the 65-nm process. For what it's worth, Digitimes is also claiming that Yonah will be used by Apple.