Reports indicate that Apple is preparing to hold a special event during the month of November to announce the first Macintosh devices operating with an Apple silicon processor.
According to leaker John Prosser, Without citing sources, the next special event will focus on Mac OS X devices operating with the “ARM” processor, better known as the “Apple silicon”.
Prosser said in Tweet “To be sure, there is an (ARM Mac) event in November, and it could be on November 17th.
Bloomberg has published Report New last week, Apple allegedly plans to unveil its first Macintosh with a processor (Apple silicon), along with other products, at an event during the month of November.
The report indicates that the new Apple silicon processor will join the updates of the existing lines operating with Intel processors.
The iPhone manufacturer previously confirmed that it will continue to rely on Intel processors as it moves to its own chip.
It remains unclear which Macintosh model will be the first to receive an Apple silicon processor.
In June, rumors claimed that Apple was planning to revive the 12-inch MacBook with the “A14X” processor.
A report from the China Times, published in Chinese in August, said: The device features a special graphics processing unit, (USB-C) port, weighs less than 1 kg, has a battery life of between 15 and 20 hours, and is also rumored to have Built-in (5G) connectivity.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a track record of predicting the release of Apple products, presented in July a timeline linking the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and the refurbished MacBook Air with an Apple silicon chip. They are being updated In the last quarter of 2020.
It is expected that this will be followed by the launch of the 14- and 16-inch (MacBook Pro) models with an entirely new device in the second or third quarter of 2021, according to Kuo.
It is said: The first Apple processors for Macintosh devices contain 12 cores, including 8 high-performance cores and 4 energy-saving cores, as it is said: Apple is exploring Macintosh processors with more than 12 cores in the future, as the company designs a second generation of Macintosh processors based on To slide (A15).