Apple’s first ARM MacBook may be released next month for $799


According to foreign media sources, Apple will hold another new product launch conference in November. The long-rumored ARM version of the MacBook may officially meet with us, and the date may be set on November 17.

The number of Apple’s new product launches this year has reached a record high. After the launch of the new iPad in September and the new iPhone in October, the next major product will naturally be the Mac. According to foreign media sources, Apple will hold another new product launch conference in November. The long-rumored ARM version of the MacBook may officially meet with us, and the date may be set on November 17.

At WWDC2020 held at the end of June, Apple announced the Apple Silicon plan. It is estimated that it will take about two years to migrate the entire Mac product line to a self-developed processor platform, which means that future Mac computers will run ARM-based processors. macOS. Earlier, Apple’s certification document submitted to the Eurasian Economic Commission contained five new models (A2348, A2438, A2439, A2337 and A2338), two of which looked like new MacBooks, given that the Eurasian Economic Commission’s certification is usually A few weeks before the launch date, this increased the credibility of Apple’s new product launch conference in November.

The new Macbook will be the first batch of Mac computers equipped with ARM processors to go on sale, in line with Cook’s statement at the 2020 Global Developers Conference that users can buy computers with Apple Silicon built-in before the end of this year. In terms of performance and system optimization, Apple has been working on it. The previously exposed Mac Mini based on the A12Z Bionic processor runs quite well.

According to analysts’ forecasts, the first MacBook equipped with Apple Silicon starts at US$799 (approximately RMB 5,600), which has a larger price advantage compared to the existing MacBook Pro or MacBook Air.

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