At WWDC 2020, Apple officially confirmed that it is transitioning from x86 flatform based Intel CPUs to ARM-based Apple Silicon for the whole Mac arrangement. On top of that, the company also delivered a developer version of the Mac smaller than expected, powered by the A12Z Bionic processor. Now, another report recommends that the primary commercial dispatch of a Mac powered by an ARM processor will occur in 2020 and it will be a notebook gadget. According to the report, the gadget will be called the MacBook and is probably going to come with a 12-inch screen.
Powered By A14X The upcoming 12-inch MacBook will be powered by the Apple A14X processor and the equivalent chipset is also expected to power the upcoming iPad Pro setup. The A14X is probably going to be an overclocked version of the A14 that powers the iPhone 12 arrangement. Both SoCs will be made by TSMC utilizing 5nm fabrication, making these processors amazingly power productive when compared to their predecessors or even with any lead mobile solution. The processor isn’t the only thing that makes the upcoming MacBook a fascinating offering. The laptop will be exceptionally light in weight (under 1KG) and will have an all USB Type-C port I/O layout simply like each other MacBook that has propelled over the most recent couple of years. It may also incorporate a devoted 3.5mm headphone jack like most of the modern MacBooks.
With regards to battery life, the MacBook is said to offer around 15 to 20 hours of battery life and can without much of a stretch keep going for a whole day in any event, for hefty clients. Starting at now, there is no information on how much the first MacBook dependent on Apple Silicon would cost. Considering the cost of the section level MacBook, the upcoming model is probably going to be estimated around $999, at any rate for the base variation.