Apple’s 3 conferences in 3 months? The first self-developed processor Mac may be launched on November 17
Monday, November 2, 2020, 10:47 GMT
A individual who broke the news on November 2nd said that Apple revealed at its June 22nd World Developers Conference (WWDC) that on November 17, the first Mac based on a self-developed processor will be released.
Apple previously claimed that there is a large performance difference between ARM chip-based Mac computers and Intel chip-based Mac computers at the Global Developers Conference hosted by Apple from June 22 to June 27, so it agreed to leave Intel The chip is being modified to use its own, ARM-based Mac chip, which aims to have improved performance with lower power consumption.
Apple’s first Mac fitted with a self-developed processor would be a MacBook, it is said. Some reports have also said that a 12-inch MacBook and a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro are being planned by Apple.
The MacBook ARM version of the MacBook and MacBook Pro also reveals that Mac computers equipped with Apple’s self-developed chips are very likely to be launched in November, according to a document recently issued by Apple to the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), which includes these two latest self-developed processors.
This time, based on recent media sources, Apple’s first self-developed Mac processor will be based on the Mac processor ARM architecture, which will be the A14X processor, manufactured using the most advanced 5 nm process by the TSMC chip foundry.
If, as the source said, the newest Apple self-developed MacBook processor is announced on November 17th, this means that in September , October and November, Apple will host three new product launch conferences.
Apple is scheduled to announce a new macOS operating system next month, in addition to the Mac, the self-developed Apple processor.