Apple event in November:
The iPhone event is only just behind us, and another Apple event will follow in November. And what does Apple want to show us? CGH has the right answers.
Update from November 02.11.2020: Apple has officially announced the last event for 2020 and proudly promises a “One more thing” on the invitation. It should be the first ARM Mac. CGH will of course provide you with all information and new ideas on the evening of November 10th.
There has actually never been anything like it: three months, three Apple events! If Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman is right, the September and October events will be followed by another round of product launches in November. First, there were new Apple Watches and iPads, the iPhone 12 is expected for tomorrow, Tuesday, and what will follow in November?
Apple event in November: First MacBook with ARM chip
The illuminating answer: The first Mac with an in-house ARM processor, Apple still owes us that. At the virtual developer fair in June (WWDC), the US manufacturer promised us the first computer with an Apple CPU instead of an Intel processor for this year. According to the Bloomberg insider, the time will come in November. So if you were hoping for it in October, you will have to wait another month. But which Mac will get the ARM chip first?
In this video, Apple provides the reasons for switching away from Intel to its own CPUs:
According to experts, this honor should be bestowed on a MacBook Pro with a 13-inch display. The chip is based on a more powerful version of the Apple A14, which the iPhone manufacturer introduced in the new 4th generation iPad Air. An Apple A14X with a total of 12 cores will then celebrate its premiere in the MacBook. Enough power to be faster and more energy efficient than previous Macs.
There’s more …
According to Bloomberg, other products will also be presented at the Apple event in November, but they won’t be specific. Ergo: enough space and time for speculation. Since the event is more likely to be aimed at professionals, there could still be (surprising) announcements in this regard. For example, an improved iPad Pro or another, cheaper version of the Pro Display XDR. The latter would then also go wonderfully with the new Mac products. We are sure: Before the date is officially confirmed by Apple, we will find out more details and report on them.