A new report reveals the identity of the first computers, a Mac with an ARM processors from Apple

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According to rumors, to require Apple to move to use Intel processors to the processors based on architecture ARM. This will be undoubtedly a big change for Mac users in the future, and as such, it is expected to experience Apple process to move slowly. We’ve heard previously that it is likely to be in the first version release 12-inch MacBook with a processor Apple, which is based on the architecture ARM.

However, this may not be true 100 percent. This according to the old Chinese Ming-Chi Kuo, who says that the first Mac that will be used processors for Apple that are based on architecture ARM is a copy of the 13-inch MacBook Pro and new iMac have a new design. According to the analyst, the Chinese mentioned above, it seems to MacBook Pro identical to the current model, says Ming-Chi Kuo that Apple would depend on what it looks like from the production class that uses the Intel as soon as you launch the model that uses the ARM processor.

As for the iMac, we have heard rumors that Apple is planning to launch a version of the 23-inch iMac, and it seems that these rumors were true. Says Ming-Chi Kuo now that the new version of the iMac which you will get the new design will have a screen size of 24 inches and a processor based on architecture ARM. As for the models older and, he thought Ming-Chi Kuo that Apple will continue to update using Intel processors in the second quarter of this year.

Obviously Apple will slowly ARM processors in its computers, the compiler claims that Apple will take 12 to 18 months to adopt ARM processors fully in all computers Mac. Please deal with all that has been said so far with the least amount of protection, but don’t forget to come back tomorrow, during the WWDC conference 2020 to get more details.

 

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