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Apple to announce ‘one more thing’ at November 10 event, likely to launch first Apple Silicon-based Macs.

Apple Silicon is the family of SoCs built on the same architecture of ARM-based chips. These are currently being used for ARM-based chips that run iPhones.

It has been a while since Tim Cook and co unveiled the Apple Silicon as a powerful range of chips. These chips will be at the heart of Macs in the future. At the same time, the company had said that it would take little time to begin this process. The transition towards equipping all its Macs with Apple Silicon chips may take up to two years.

The company has started sending out invites for this virtual event but hasn’t clarified what this event could be about. However, the expectation is that the launch event would see the company announce a new Mac with Apple Silicon inside.

The news about the launch comes after a report earlier yesterday about Apple working on a 13-inch MacBook Air.

It is a 13-inch MacBook Pro, and a 16-inch MacBook Pro equipped with Apple silicon chips.

This new family of SoCs is built on the same architecture that is currently being used for many apple products. ARM-based chips that run iPhones, Apple Watches, iPads, and other Apple devices. For the end-user, Apple promises that the use of in-house Apple Silicon chipsets will help the company in many modes. These are like bringing access to technologies such as the Neural Engine to Macs.

Apple made a claim earlier also. It said these new chips working in tandem with macOS Big Sur will “give the Mac industry-leading performance per watt. And higher performance GPUs enabling app developers to write even more powerful pro apps and high-end games.”

Further, this move to Apple Silicon range of chipsets for Macs will also help it better optimize its existing apps to provide not just better performance. But also improved ease of use across its range of products and their operating systems. This is because the new range of Macs with Apple chips on-board will be able to natively run iPhone and iPad apps, all thanks to a shared architecture between them

Compiled By – MK (Editor)

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