A couple of months ago, Apple confirmed that the company is working on its own ARM-powered Apple Silicon which will power the upcoming MacBook. It has also said that the first such devices will go official this year.
While the company has not yet officially confirmed the launch date of the upcoming ARM-powered MacBook, Jon Prosser has claimed that the Apple Silicon powered MacBooks could get launched on 17th November.
Even though Apple has confirmed that it is adopting an ARM-based chipset for the MacBook, the company has also revealed that it isn’t moving away from Intel. So, there’s a possibility that the company could also unveil newly updated Intel-powered MacBooks at the same event in November.
As per the previous reports, the Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to launch MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro powered by this new 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.
In the latest development, Apple has reportedly submitted certification documents to Eurasian Economic Commission (ECC) for two new MacBooks. Given that the ECC certification usually comes a few weeks before the launch, it seems that the company is indeed on track to launch new ARM-powered MacBooks in November.
The Apple MacBook powered by Apple Silicon is expected to offer better performance and longer battery life. They are also expected to be cheaper in pricing compared to the current models available in the market.
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