After the launch of the iPhone 12 last month, Apple has again announced a new event date for November 10. The event has been tagged as “One More Thing” and we expect that the company could be launching the new lineup for Mac. As per the invite, the event will start at 10 AM PST and will be the third major event that the company will be hosting this year. The company did announce at WWDC that they will not be using the intel chipsets in the future and will be moving to its in-house ARM-based silicon processors.
However, they also mentioned that this transition might take some time and will be something that you will not see on all the Apple systems at once. Now the event on November 10, is expected to be the launchpad for the first Mac device that has been powered with Apple’s ARM-based silicon processors. They are expected to launch the all-new series of MacBook Air and Macbook Pro, which will be powered by the Apple chipset.
The details that have been leaked earlier do mention that users will not see any major design improvement in the new mack, but the hardware will have significant changes. The new chipset will be based on the A14 Bionic chipset which is being used in the iPhone 12 and iPad Air lineup. It is expected that the in-house chipset will provide higher performance and better integration of hardware and software for the users to bring more features.