In a recently published report, Jon Prosser confirmed Apple’s plans to unveil the first generation of Mac computers with ARM processors at an event to be held on November 17th.
Apple had announced its decision to switch to the company’s processors that are based on the ARM manufacturing process in Mac devices as an alternative to Intel processors during the month of June at the developer conference, where Apple has since introduced only a Mac mini that came with an Apple A12Z Bionic processor.
New details have come about Apple’s plans to launch MacBook devices with the company’s processors that are based on the ARM manufacturing process via Jon Prosser, as he indicated that Apple will unveil these devices at an event to be held on November 17th, with Apple confirming the event’s date officially on 10 From november.
In other leaks spotted on the Internet, it was indicated that Apple will introduce a 12-inch MacBook as the first version that comes with a processor designed from Apple, the Apple A14X processor, where this processor comes as an upgrade to the A14 processor that supports iPads and iPhones this year.
On the other hand, Apple confirmed earlier that its full conversion to the company’s own processors will take approximately two years, so we expect Apple to continue for a while to launch MacBooks with Intel processors as well as the new generation of devices that will come with processors designed by Apple.
It is noteworthy that Jon Prosser also indicated in his report that Apple will present during the upcoming event the “AirPods Studio” headset, which will be available in two models, where the first model comes with a sports design at a price of $ 350, while the second model comes in the premium category at a price of $ 600.