Apple is about to present new MacBook Pro 16, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13 models at the event on November 10. If everything unfolds as predicted in recent weeks, Apple would also announce the arrival of ARM chips to MacBook computers, in a transition plan from Intel to its own processors that will last about two years.
According to the Nikkei Asian Review, reports speak of a forecast for ARM MacBook sales of up to 2.5 million units through February 2021, which is 20% of the total MacBook sold in 2019. Analysts predict that the design of the ARM MacBook will not change compared to the current Intel MacBook.
However, there are already those who have published renderings on possible designs, although they are far from being more than a design exercise. The processor will be a variant of the A14 Bionic, with up to 12 cores instead of the six of the A14 Bionic.