Two notebooks from Apple must be presented next week: a MacBook Pro it is a MacBook Air. According to backstage information revealed on Monday (2), computers tend to have a 13-inch screen and come without an Intel processor. Instead, Apple may include its own chip with architecture ARM.
Apple is expected to unveil the first ARM architecture Macs next week. According to Bloomberg, among the possible computers to be announced during the event are the new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, both with a 13-inch screen and Apple Silicon, but without very significant changes.
Bets are reverberated by other current and previous leaks. This is the case of the publication of @ L0vetodream on Twitter, which suggests that the brand tends to present two devices with a 13-inch screen. Ming-Chi Kuo also bet, in June, on the launch of a new MacBook Pro with Apple Silicon this year.
The changes in the look, however, should be for next year. Also according to the analyst in July, the manufacturer works on two MacBooks Pro with Apple Silicon and mini-LED screens of 13.3 and 16 inches. Kuo also talks about a possible MacBook Air with ARM architecture for the end of 2020 or the beginning of 2021.
In June, during WWDC 2020, the North American brand announced the transition from Intel chips to ARM processors. At the time, the iPhone maker said that the first computers with the new architecture would be launched by the end of this year.
Apple marks event for November 10
Apple announced another virtual event for 2020 on Monday (2). Entitled “One more thing”, the expectation is that the American company will present the first Macs with ARM during the conference scheduled for November 10, 2020.
The event will begin at 3pm (Brasília time).