Apple‘s event Today , is expected to reveal new Macs powered by ARM processors. The company’s upcoming event is titled ‘One More Thing’ and it will be live-streamed from Apple’s Cupertino, California-based headquarters at 10AM PST or 11:30PM IST.
It’s the 1st time Apple has held an event this late in the year and follows previous events where a new iPad Air, Apple Watch, and the iPhone 12 lineup were revealed.
An earlier report suggested that one of the first ARM-powered Macs will be a revamped version of the 12-inch MacBook. In contrast, other reports have indicated that the first Apple Silicon Mac would be a 13-inch MacBook Pro or perhaps even a new 24-inch iMac.
Moreover, the firm revealed in WWDC 2020 that it would slowly move from Intel processors to its ARM chipset in its line of personal computers and laptops. Now, it seems that the company is planning to start this series by launching its ARM-powered Mac computers at its upcoming event.
Earlier, the firm incurred losses in its market worth $ 150 billion, as the stock declined by 6%, which is the company’s worst month since 2012, according to CNBC report Issued last week.
Noteworthy, the firm launched its event on Oct 13th, where revealed the next model of the iPhone 12. Later, the firm announced that is developing its own search engine technology, where the firm has begun to show its own search results and link directly to websites when users type queries from its home screen.
The web search capability marks an important advance in Apple’s in-house development and could form the foundation of a fuller attack on Google, according to the Tech News.