Apple Launches Its First ARM-Based Chip on 13.3-Inch MacBook Pro

Finally, Apple launches its first iMac with ARM-Based chip on 13.3-Inches MacBook Pro.

Apple ARM based MAC Pro
KEY POINTS
  • This new iMac pro model steps to have the same design as the Intel model.
  • The DRM based MacBook Pro is expected to come with the 24-inch display.
  • Apple announces the first ARM chip at WWDC.

On 22 June, just hours before, at the worldwide developer’s conference (WWDC) noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released an investor note detailing Apples long-anticipated move from Intel. This is a new move from Intel to its own custom-designed processor which is ARM-based chip for it Mac range. Kuo says that this is the first-ever model to spearhead this transition will be the 13.3 inch MacBook Pro and a completely redesigned iMac. Both of these two new models are reported to arrive in the fourth quarter of 2020 or in early 2021. However, Apple is expecting its first iMac to announce the first ARM processor at WWDC. Kuo also came that the new 13.3 inches MacBook Pro model will have the owners as for the first Apple product with this new processor. However, it remains unlikely the actual customer hardware based on the new platform will be unveiled at the developer conference. Let’s read out the specification in detail.

It is expected that the new model will have a similar design as the current Intel-based 13.3 inch MacBook Pro. Once the new ARM -Based chip model is launched, Apple reportedly plans to discontinue with Intel-based model. Apple also claims that they will introduce a new processor ARM -Based iMac display, slimmer bezels, and completely new form factor debut first on an intern platform in Q3 2020. The debut will be in Q3 2020 before the launch of the new ARM version in Q1 2021.

The ARM -Based iMac is set to launch as soon as Q4 2020 or Q1 2021. Revealing this about Mac range, Kuo claims that this new MacBook model is in the works with a mini LED display, and this model is slated to launch in H1 2021. Further he added, an unspecified MacBook model with an ‘all new form factor design’ is expected to go into mass production in the H2 2021.

Earlier Apple has been rumored to be working on an ARM based custom-designed Apple chips for its Mac lineup for a while now. This new processor believed to help Apple reduce processor caused by 40 to 60%. The company is also expecting new model to offer performance improvement of 50 to 100% over Intel predecessors. The company added that it should take apple about 12 to 18 months to make the transition from Intel to an all ARM Mac range.

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