WWDC 2020: the announcement of Macs with ARM processors

WWDC 2020: the announcement of Macs with ARM processors
The countdown for the presentation of the first Apple computers with ARM architecture-based processors is about to expire: they will be made official tonight at the WWDC 2020 event dedicated to the world of developers. These will be the 13-inch MacBook Pro and iMac models, at least according to the always well-informed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

MacBook Pro 13 and iMac with ARM processor As regards the laptop will have a 13.3-inch screen and a design very similar to that currently on the market, while the all-in-one will be able to count on a large 24-inch monitor and a completely new look, designed for the occasion of the bitten apple. Regarding the MacBook Pro, after the launch of the new ARM edition, the one with Intel CPU should disappear from the Cupertino store. The iMac will instead be launched only following the debut of a refresh (scheduled for Q3 2020) of the line-up with Intel processors. In both cases, the debut should be set by the end of the year or at the latest in the early months of 2021.

Looking further ahead, Kuo assumes for the second half of next year the start of production for a restyling of the MacBook Pro line anticipated in the first half of 2021 by editions with mini-LED displays already protagonists of rumor in the last period. This last feature will be another of the strong points of the Mac offer for the future, together with the series of processors that will be announced tonight and the Scissor keyboard introduced in November with the 16-inch model to replace the problematic Butterfly mechanism that in the recent past has caused some headaches to users and customer service.

Source: MacRumors

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