Apple has been manufacturing chips to use in its Macs for a while now. The company also makes its own chips for iOS and Apple Watch devices. Now, according to Bloomberg, Apple plans to replace Intel's Mac chips, starting as early as 2020. The process to replace Intel processors is still in the early stages, say Bloomberg's sources. Apple made chips make sense for the tech company, especially in the wake of some recent high-profile security issues around chip architecture. It won't be the first time Apple has switched the chips that power its computing devices, of course, with the switch to PowerPC architecture in the early '90s and then Intel in the mid-2000s. We've reached out to Apple for comment and will update this post if we hear back.