November 2 (Xinhua) — Apple Inc. announced plans for a self-developed Mac processor based on the ARM architecture at its 10th 4 developer conference (WWDC), which opened on June 22, and announced that the first self-research processor-based Mac is scheduled to ship by the end of the year, according tomedia reports. With less than two months left in the year, it’s time for Apple to launch its own processor Mac.
According to previous reports inmedia, Apple’s first Mac with a self-developed processor will be the MacBook, with some sources saying the company is preparing a 12-inch MacBook and a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro.
As for Apple’s MacBook, it has been revealed that the MacBook, which features Apple’s self-developed processor, could be launched on November 17th, a week ahead of Apple’s launch date.
If Apple launches its self-developed MacBook on November 17th, as sources say, it will host three new launches in a row in September, October and November. The previous two events were held on September 15th and October 13th, local time, with the previous launch of the Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE, Apple Fitness Plus, the new iPad Air and iPad, and the October 13 launch, which featured the iPhone 12 series and the HomePod mini.
According to previous reports inmedia, Apple’s first self-developed ARM-based Mac processor will be the A14X, manufactured by chip-based TSMC using the most advanced 5nm process.