Apple may unveil its first Apple Silicon Mac on November 17

Joanna Estrada
October 18, 2020

If rumors are to be believed, Apple is set to host yet another virtual event in November, making three in a row after September's "Time Flies" iPad and Apple Watch event and October's "Hi, Time" HomePod mini and iPhone 12 unveiling.

In a recently published report, Jon Prosser confirmed Apple's plans to unveil the first generation of Mac computers with ARM processors at an event to be held on November 17th. He further claims that Apple will announce the event on November 10.

In case you thought two big Apple events this fall wasn't enough, it seems the company still has one more big announcement planned - this time for the Mac - slated for sometime in mid-November. In addition, reputed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had predicted earlier this year that Apple will refresh the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro by the end of the year. However, don't expect a complete top-to-bottom overhaul of Apple's entire computing line to happen immediately, as Apple has already said its transition will happen gradually over the course of the next two years.

"Apple will continue to support and release new versions of macOS for Intel-based Macs for years to come, and has exciting new Intel-based Macs in development".

Apple back at WWDC 20202 had launched its own ARM processors.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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