According to a new report, Apple will release three new MacBooks powered by Apple-designed ARM chipsets during its November 10 event. We are talking about two MacBook Pro with 13- and 16-inch displays, and one 13-inch MacBook Air.
The fact that Apple would launch at least one Mac using ARM-based “Apple Silicon” before the end of the year is not a secret, as the company has hinted at this choice before, and the probability for that to happen during the event held on November 10 is quite big.
On the invitation the company sent to journalists, we can recognize the tagline to the event: “One more thing,” which is the tagline Steve Jobs used when teasing big reveals. It would totally make sense to expect the first-gen of Apple Silicon-based Macs next week, as the tech giant has been hinting at the products ever since the WWDC in June and highlighted the plan to remove Macs from Intel CPUs to its own custom-designed ones.
By introducing the first generation of Apple Silicon-based Macs, the company is hoping to compete against Windows PCs by using in-house processors and offer overall better performance than AMD-based systems.