A few months back, Apple mentioned that the company is looking to launch its own ARM-powered Apple Silicon for the upcoming MacBook and accordingly working on it. According to the Bloomberg report, Apple could organize its second event by the end of this year, probably in November. Although, the company still not revealed any update for its launching date. But some of the reliable leaks are indicating the launch on 17 November.
Apple ARM Launch on 17 November
On the basis of the report published by Bloomberg, it was expected that Apple’s transition from Intel’s x86 platform could take place soon earlier than launching the ARM MacBooks early at the end of this year. The report also mentioned that its own device will come officially by the end of 2020. Yet, an official announcement is still awaited for ARM-powered MacBook to get launched, but Jon Prosser claimed for 17 November for which company is looking to host its second event this year. Apple has affirmed for adopting an ARM-based chipset for the upcoming MacBook. Apple also cleared out all the rumors and stated that it is not looking to move away from Intel. Few of the tech experts are predicting that the Company could launch the brand new Intel-powered MacBooks in November at the same event.
Apple ARM powered MacBook
However, the exact details and specs yet not disclosed. A few tech experts proposed that the upcoming Apple MacBook powered by Apple Silicon could be better in order of the overall performance and would possess a quite long battery life. It is also expected that the upcoming model will be quite cheaper be in terms of cost price as compared to the models that already exist in the market.
The latest reports revealed that the company is on the way to launch its brand new ARM-powered MacBooks in November. In accordance with this update, Apple has submitted certified documents for its new MacBooks to the Eurasian Economic Commission. According to some previous reports, the Cupertino-based tech hub is looking to launch MacBook Air along with a 13-inch MacBook Pro that will be powered by Apple Silicon. Soon after that, in the first quarter of 2021, the company will unveil 14-inch and 16-inch MacBooks powered by the ARM-based Apple Silicon.