Monday, May 29, 2023

Apple will complete the transition from Apple silicon in November 2022

When Apple plans to move from Intel to Apple Silicon, the company said the transition would be complete within two years. So far, the company has made great strides in moving some of its lower-priced computers to Apple Silicon.

But what about your more powerful Mac? Will Apple meet the deadline? According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, yes, but it will be close. Gurman says that the Apple is scheduled to migrate to Apple Silicon by November 2022 in the current issue of its Power On Newsletter.

Apple plans to ship Apple’s initial semiconductor mackintosh by the tip of the year. And will complete the transition in regarding 2 years. Apple can support and unleash new versions of macOS for Intel-based Macs for years to return, and build exciting new Intel-based Macs. Apple’s move to semiconductor is that the biggest success for the mackintosh.

“Since it was founded, Mac has made substantial improvements in personal computing. We are announcing today that we will make Apple Silicone a historic day, “said Apple CEO Tim Cook.” Apple silicon is stronger than ever with tremendous features and industry-leading performance. I was never more enthusiastic about Mac’s future.”

Gourmet claims that this roadmap will also include the Mac Pro, which has recently rumored to continue to use Intel processors. It’s possible that the Mac Pro comes in two configurations, but this is just an assumption on our part. Rumor has it that Apple is working on updating the MacBook Pro later this year. The company releasing new 14-inch and 16-inch models backed up by the M1X rumors.

When that happens, only the 27-inch iMac and Mac Pro will left as everything else has updated to the M1 chipset.

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