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The first Mac on ARM will be presented in November

by Henry Brown

 

In a few days, on October 13, Apple will present the new iPhone 12 and the available HomePod Mini smart speaker as part of the official presentation. It is expected that soon after this presentation, the company plans to hold another one, which will show us the new Apple computers on ARM.

This was reported by Bloomberg, and this step of the company looks quite logical, because these are really important changes that should be given a separate presentation. Recall that the transition from PowerPC to x86 took place more than 15 years ago. It is expected that at this presentation we will be shown the MacBook Pro 13, which will be equipped with a 5-nanometer Apple A14X chipset. They should then show the 24-inch iMac.

It will be recalled that earlier there was information that Apple will release three chipsets in the A13 model line, which will be used in new Apple computers. There is also information about the development of Apple A15, which will be used in computers and smartphones Apple 2021.

Apple’s new chipsets are also expected to include a Neural Engine module for AI computing, as well as a T2 security coprocessor. Apple’s new computers should surpass their predecessors on Intel processors not only in terms of power, but also autonomy. Apple says the transition will take about two years.

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