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Saturday July 11, 2020

Apple will launch the MacBook computers with ARM processors this year

Reliable sources revealed Apple’s plan to launch two MacBook computers this year working with ARM processors in an ambitious step to adopt new processors after the company decided to abandon its long relationship with Intel.

According to analyst Ming Chi Kuo, Apple will launch a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and a new MacBook Air, both devices featuring ARM processors.

The source adds that the new MacBook Pro running the بمعApple Silicon processor according to ARM architecture will be launched in the last quarter of the year, and may launch with it the new MacBook Air version, or be postponed to the first quarter of next year and then it will come with two new MacBook Pro computers with a size of 14 And 16 inches to launch successively in the second and third quarters of next year, and also works with ‌Apple Silicon processor.

On the other hand, the source expects that Apple will launch a new iMac desktop computer that does not bring significant internal changes, especially that it will not work with ARM processors, but the main change in the exterior design will be to draw some elements from the iPad.

It is worth noting that Apple says that its ARM-based processors will be stronger in terms of performance and more in terms of battery consumption, but we have not yet confirmed the definitive evidence and the actual use of these claims.

Also read:

Eliminate Intel chips from Mac devices and replace them with Apple Silicon processors


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MacRumors

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