On November 17th, Apple has been tipped to host another Mac launch event soon. A third launch in span of 3 months would see the Cupertino company finally launching its own line of processors for Mac and going completely solo.
The event could be Apple’s first Mac powered by the Apple Silicon chip. Apple had confirmed the news that it will be passaging from the Intel chips that currently power all of its Mac machines to Apple Silicon at the WWDC 2020, the first all-online developer seminar in June.
That’s not over yet. Apple is also capped to launch the rumored Air Pods Studio over-ear headphones early next year.
To what it could be, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had forecast that the first machines to run on the new ARM chip would be 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and the new iMac.
Kuo had also said that Apple hopes to run all its new macOS products on Apple Silicon by 2021 and ARM-powered MacBook Air would be due next year.