Apple to debut ARM-based MacBook in November

This year, Apple has split the traditional fall presentation into three parts to give each new product more attention. In September, we were shown smart watches Apple Watch Series 6 and Watch SE, as well as the new 4th generation iPad Air and iPad 8. On October 13, the presentation will be dedicated to the iPhone 12 family of smartphones, followed by the final third event.

According to Bloomberg insiders, the next presentation is scheduled for November. Then the first MacBook based on its own ARM processors will debut.

Rumored to be the 13-inch A14X-powered MacBook Pro, which powers the iPad Air and iPhone 12, the first ARM processors for Apple laptops will be 12-cores and should show improvements in CPU and GPU performance and improved efficiency over chips. Intel.

It is still unknown whether they will show something else at the November presentation.

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