Now the dust has settled apple The predictable iPhone 12 launch event, our attention may shift to Cupertino. The truly revolutionary significance…Next month, a new release MacOS on ARM MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops. As confirmed by Apple’s latest record, they will definitely come.
According to Consomac, Detailed information and models are from the certification provided to the Eurasian Economic Commission.
Two details are worthless. The first is that many lists are for existing Mac machines. In light of the upcoming macOS 11 Big Sur and the fact that Apple will release new Macs with updated operating systems, these are certifications for older Macs with new codes.
Three Mac models (A2147, A2158 and A2182) were previously listed in June of this year. These may be different configurations of existing models, and perhaps more powerful graphics cards will be added.
This means that these five new models may be Apple’s new Macs (models A2348, A2438, A2439, A2337 and A2338). Three of them look like desktop computers, and the other two look like MacBooks. Given that EEC certification often occurs within the release date (about a few weeks), this is related to the discussion about the release of Apple’s new MacBooks in mid-November.
These will not be ordinary MacBooks. They will be the first ARM-based Macs to be put on the market and will meet Tim Cook’s statement at WWDC 2020 that Apple’s hardware with built-in silicon will be purchased by the end of this year.
Carefully selected developers can already access ARM hardware through the Developer Transition Kit. This is an improved version of the Mac Mini using the A12X ARM chip designed for the iPad series. Distributed to allow developers to work on macOS applications under ARM. This should ensure that when a laptop is released, many key titles will be able to run natively on ARM.
For all other cases, it is assumed that Apple’s Rosetta 2 can emulate the x86 Intel platform well to allow older applications to run… although at this stage there are no definite details on what the simulation will support.