2017 will be the year that ARM makes a comeback in chromebooks (a direct result of Intel's from mobile retreat), Windows 10 appears on ARM, and Apple includes an ARM coprocessor in Macbooks. I find ARM chromebooks especially interesting as Chromebooks have now surpassed Macbooks in terms of marketshare. ARM had strong marketshare in chromebooks originally, but Intel responded and the x86 became dominant in that market. However when Intel stepped back from mobile, they also scaled back Android support, and better support for Android apps has resulted in leading chromebook vendors releasing ARM models again. ARM has also caught up in performance to x86 in low end applications, so the ARM performance penalty when buying a chromebook has nearly disappeared. In first exiting mobile and now deemphasizing PCs, Intel is staging a classic upmarket retreat outlined by Christensen, and the battleground has moved to the next performance tier (PCs). It'll be interesting to see how this unfolds over the next several years.