There is a lot of excitement, anticipation, and some understandable skepticism surrounding Apple's plans to abandon Intel processors and rely instead on its own ARM-based processors. We've all seen audition results and while they are promising, it's hard to beat real-world auditions and everyday use to get a better idea of what to expect.
Apple said it plans to launch the first Mac computer that uses an ARM processor by the end of this year, and the good news is that we may be able to learn more about these computers in October. This is according to a tweet published by the account LeakApplePro on the Twitter network, which indicates that Apple already intends to unveil its first computers equipped with ARM processors during the official announcement of the iPhone 12 Series in October.
The new leak claims that Apple will reveal at least two computers that use ARM processors, but at the moment, we are not sure of the identity of the Mac computers that Apple will reveal. There have been rumors of a renewal of the iMac design and the launch of the 24-inch version that will likely replace the 21-inch version.
Apple can also revive a 12-inch version of the MacBook by launching a new version with its own ARM processor, or maybe we'll see a new version of the MacBook Air with its own processor. Anyway, we hope to have more details soon, but until then, treat everything said so far with caution.