On November 2, a source said that Apple previously announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 22 that the first Mac based on self-developed processors may be launched on November 17.
Earlier, at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference held from June 22 to June 27, Apple said that there is a huge gap in performance between Macs based on ARM chips and Macs based on Intel chips, so it decided to give up Intel. The chip instead uses its own, ARM-based Mac chip, designed to provide better performance at lower power consumption.
It is reported that Apple’s first Mac with a self-developed processor will be a MacBook, and some sources also said that Apple is preparing a 12-inch MacBook and a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro.
According to a recent document provided by Apple to the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), the MacBook ARM versions of the MacBook and MacBook Pro with these two new self-developed processors are included, and it also shows that Mac computers equipped with Apple’s self-developed chips are very likely to be Released in November.
Judging from the current media reports, Apple’s first self-developed Mac processor will be based on the ARM-based Mac processor, which will be the A14X processor, which will be manufactured by the chip foundry TSMC using the most advanced 5nm process.
If the latest Apple self-developed processor MacBook is really launched on November 17 as the whistleblower said, it means that Apple will hold three consecutive new product launches in September, October and November.
In addition to Apple’s self-developed processor Mac, Apple is expected to launch a new macOS operating system next month.