Apple’s ARM-powered Macs to arrive in November

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 19, 2020

According to this tweet from 9to5Mac, the company may introduce the new Macs in an event on the 17th of November. We get the original intel from Jon Prosser as well and his word is nearly as good as a fact.

If you inhale Apple, this is possibly one of the decent periods for you. Starting in September 2020, Apple has revamped its entire lineup of Watch models, iPads, HomePod, and of course, the iPhones. In a month, Apple will remember another large acknowledgement for enthusiasts of the Mac and MacBooks.

The first stage of this process should take place during the month of November (the date of 17 November is mentioned).

Without citing sources, Prosser on Thursday said the upcoming special event will concentrate on "ARM Mac" devices, more commonly known as Apple silicon Macs.

In addition to these speculations, Prosser claims that the Airpods Studio renders are solid and high quality. Justifications for the hesitation are previously to be understood.

Macs aside, the AirPods Studio were rumoured to make an appearance before the end of the year, leading some to believe they could make an appearance at the alleged November event. Earlier this week, Mark Gurman from Bloomberg had reported that the first Mac laptop with Apple's own processor will launch in November along with "other products". The recent chip guarantees reasonable achievement over equivalent Intel chips. Theoretically, the new chips can offer longer battery life too. Apple is said to be exploring Mac processors with more than 12 cores for further in the future, with the company already designing a second generation of Mac processors based on the A15 chip. It is also rumoured that later in 2021, MacBook Air would be equipped with ARM chip as well. It is yet unknown as to which models will get the Apple Silicon treatment.

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