Apple will fully transfer branded computers to ARM processors by the end of 2022

Bloomberg published a report by analyst Mark Gurman, in which he claims that Apple, as promised, will complete the transition to ARM chipsets in branded computers in two years. The analyst is confident that the last device to receive an ARM processor will be the Mac Pro workstation.



Recall that in the summer of 2020, Apple announced its plans to switch to ARM processors in branded computers. Last November, the first devices based on the M1 chipset were released, which were the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac mini. The iMac joined them this year.

The foodie says Apple will introduce its highest performing devices towards the end of the biennium. We are talking about Mac Pro based on 20- and 40-core ARM chips. However, before that, Apple will launch a Mac Pro based on the Intel Xeon W-3300 series processors, which were unveiled last week.


Apple is expected to introduce an improved M1X chipset soon. It will boast better performance than the original M1 and will support more RAM. It is assumed that soon Apple will introduce MacBook Pro and MacBook Air with MagSafe connectors. Also, according to leaks, the next MacBook Air will boast a Mini-LED-matrix.

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