Came in response to a brief tweet a Macroomers Article From before today, it described a report Ming-chi Kuo Apple has announced that it plans to release redesigned MacBook models with Silicon in the second half of 2021.
L0vetodream suggests that the MacBook redesign not only expected in the second half of 2021 will be for the ‘Apple Silicon’ models, but also for the new Intel-based MacBooks.
Apple has released its first ‘Apple Silicon Max’, which includes: MacBook Air And the bottom-end configurations of the 13-inch MacBook Air and Mac Mini. Although the new MacBook Pro and Mac Mini still have some drawbacks compared to their more expensive Intel counterparts, they still perform better on many core benchmarks, comparing or surpassing high-end machines like the 16-inch MacBook Pro in some respects. Tasks.
As a result, L0vetodream’s claim that the rumored redesigned MacBooks are still more than six months away, which gives Apple time to further improve Apple Silicon’s performance.
When WWDC announced the transition to ‘Apple Silicon chips’ for the Mac in June at WWDC, Apple said it would take about two years to switch to Apple Silicon and that new Macs with Intel processors were still in the pipeline.
We saw some of those already Updated 27-inch iMac models In August, and based on the competitive performance of Apple’s M1 chip, many speculated that Apple’s Max would soon move to ‘Apple Silicon’ only, exclusively with specific models. Mac Pro And IMac Pro It takes a full two years to make the transition.