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    Apple To Launch Its ARM Chip Soon

     Apple To Launch Its ARM Chip Powered Mac Desktops Soon

    Apple is reportedly planning to host another event soon on November 17 to launch its ARM chip powered Mac desktops. Apple had announced it will be transitioning from the Intel chips that currently power all of its Mac machines to Apple Silicon.

    According to tipster Jon Prosser, the iPhone maker will host an ARM Mac event next month, wherein it would launch its ARM-powered Mac computers replacing Intel processors.

    “To confirm, there is a November ARM Mac event. I’m hearing November 17. You should see this confirmed with an announcement on Tuesday, November 10,” Prosser said in a tweet.

    At the WWDC 2020 conference in June, Apple had announced it will be transitioning from the Intel chips that currently power all of its Mac machines to Apple Silicon.

    ARM designs are usually associated with mobile devices because of their greater power efficiency, giving products like the iPad long battery life without the need for active cooling.

    By switching to ARM-based chipsets and not relying on Intel for processors, Apple could save as much as 40-60 per cent, according to media reports.

    According to other Twitter leaker Ming-chi Kuo, it is very likely that Apple’s first machines to be powered by their in-house processor chips would be the 13-inch MacBook Pro and the iMac.

    According to Bloomberg sources, Apple plans to switch to a complete Apple ecosystem and hopes to transition this change in all of Apple devices by 2021. It is also rumoured that later in 2021, MacBook Air would be equipped with ARM chip as well.

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