"It truly is an historic day for the Mac"
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday announced the company will start to use its own chips for its Mac computers, ending an almost 15-year partnership with Intel.
"Now it's time for a huge leap forward for the Mac because today is the day we're announcing that the Mac is transitioning to our own Apple silicon."
The transition - which Cook said will take about two years - brings the Mac computer into line with the company's iPhone and iPads, which are already powered by Apple designed chips.
The news came at the tech giant's annual conference for software developers, which was held virtually for the first time ever.
At the event, Apple unveiled a new feature that allows you to unlock and start your car using your iPhone. If you drive a new BMW - at least.
The feature - which also lets users share digital car keys with friends and family members, will work with BMW 5 Series vehicles that will start shipping next month.
Apple says it plans to add more cars that work with the system next year.
During the keynote, Apple also shared details about its upcoming iOS 14 operating system, including big changes to its home screen on the iPhone.
The new software will make it easier to organize apps and will allow users to add widgets to their home screen.