Ming-Chi Kuo, a prominent Apple product analyst, recently published an article on its prediction by processors ARM.
In his words, Apple will launch its first Mac with an ArM processor in 12 or 18 months, or something similar … in the first half of 2021.
Instead of installing an Intel processor, Apple Mac products will have an ARM processor designed by the company itself.
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ARM processors and 5 nm chip
Since the massive coronavirus epidemic in China, Ming-Chi Kuo wanted to expose Apple's "aggressive behavior" to China's policies. research, develop and produce 5 nanometers which is expected to appear along with ArM systems for Mac.
For its part, the next iPhone and iPad products will include 5-nanometer chips. But they will be launched later this year in 2020.
If Ming-Chi Kuo's prediction comes true, the following will be the last WWDC conference before the introduction of Macs with ARM technology investigators and the company should be planning the launch of New Developer Kit
That would have made this WWDC the last WWDC before the ARM Macs ship. If there will be a Transition Kit for this, now is the time. Apple contributed six months of Intel switches, offering SDKs and prototype Hardware. What will happen to this? https://t.co/ASRVdQGOcM
– Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) February 24, 2020
The transition from Intel processors to ARM processors will be a major change for Apple and will allow for greater flexibility for Mac software updates. and lots of good work.