Nvidia is seeking to hire software engineers for Macs, indicateing that its chips could power Apple's computers in the near future.
Current Mac computers feature graphics chips from AMD, and Nvidia hasn’t been an option for multiple generations of computer models from Apple.
There are three current job listings on Nvidia’s database referencing Apple. One is seeking for a software engineer, asying that a successful applicant will "help produce the next revolutionary Apple products." The role would require "working in partnership with Apple" and writing code that will "define and shape the future" of graphics-related software on Macs. Another listing specifies an Nvidia Mac graphics driver team, pointing to the potential of Nvidia chipsets returning to the Apple computers.
Most Apple machines rely on lower-power graphics that are integrated into the processor from Intel. A return to orders from Apple would help cement Nvidia’s leadership in graphics.