Apple has released many devices this year and also its much-anticipated iPhone 12 5G. The company also released its A14 Bionic, which has taken the throne as the most powerful processor in the market.
Now, the company has announced the hardware features for its upcoming MacBook. The company recently launched its macOS 11.0.1 beta, and the stable version of its OS will be launched with the release of its three new Mac models. According to sources, the iPhone maker plans to launch a new version of its MacBook Pro 16.
Now, however, various Mac models of the company have gone out of stock. Apple is now offering six weeks of delivery time on some of its devices, including the iMac Pro.
The list of devices that are currently out of stock in the US market is given below:
- MacBook Pro 13
- MacBook Pro 16
- iMac 21.5-inch
- iMac 27-inch
- iMac Pro
The scenario in which the apple devices have gone out of stock. It indicates that Apple is planning to make a complete refresh of its devices. We already know that Apple plans to release its first ARM-based Mac model this year. But according to sources, the iPhone maker will only unveil its entry-level MacBook this year.
However, sources claim that the unveiling of Apple’s new ARM-based MacBook will be unveiled on November 10.
It is still not straightforward as to which model of its product line will get the update of ARM. However, expressly exact that MacBook Pro 16 will not be the one to receive the ARM-based update. There are also rumors of the company planning to launch a new 12-inch MacBook.
According to various leaks, the company’s upcoming ARM-based MacBook offers plenty of performance upgrades over its predecessors. It is also believed that the ARM-based MacBook’s will feature a customized version of Apple’s A14 Bionic chipset.
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