All signs point to the event on November 10 featuring introductions of new Apple Mac products. And according to what has been revealed in those weeks there will be new models of MacBook Pro 16 as something practically certain. But Macs with ARM processors are also likely to arrive.
Another clue to what will be presented are the products that Apple has just discontinued in regions such as the US, where computers are no longer sold MacBook Pro 13, MacBook Pro 16, 21.5 ” iMac, and 27 ” iMac ” or iMac Pro.
Generally, devices that are discontinued on Apple.com suggest that there will be new versions soon. As for the ARM teams, rumors speak that they will be in entry-level teams. The event announced by Apple is for November 10. The team with the most votes to carry an ARM processor is the 12 ” MacBook, and it seems that the performance will not disappoint thanks to its A14 Bionic CPU with up to 12 cores.
Another leak claimed that Apple will announce 3 new Mac models before the end of 2020.
For now, nothing is known about the features of the models that appeared in macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 beta. However, it is stated that the first of the 3 new Mac models to be introduced by Apple will be the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro. It is stated that this model will be powered by the 5 nm Apple A14X Bionic processor.
Apart from that, it is estimated that another model will be a 24-inch Intel processor iMac. The aforementioned Intel processor model is said to be one of the last Intel processor Mac models to be released before switching to Apple Silicon-based processors.