Apple’s manufacturing orders for Apple’s MacBook Silicon with suppliers indicate that the company is expecting high demand for its first non-Intel models.
Initial orders are said to be equivalent to almost a fifth of all MacBook sales last year …
Nikkei Asia bring reports.
According to Nikkei Asia, Apple is asking suppliers to make 2.5 million MacBook laptops equipped with its own designed CPUs as early as 2021 when the California tech giant wants to quickly cut back on its own. depends on Intel chip.
Initial production orders for these first Apple Silicon central-processor MacBooks are equivalent to nearly 20% of all MacBook shipments for 2019, reaching 12.6 million units, sources news said.
The US tech giant is expected to introduce other MacBook models with its own CPUs in the second quarter of next year, further replacing Intel’s processors, the sources added. […]
Like its newest iPhone processor, Apple’s latest CPU for MacBook is designed by the US company but manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world’s largest contract chip maker and manufactured using TSMC’s most advanced 5-nanometer chip manufacturing technology.
Of course, we’re expecting to see Apple Silicon Macs as the main focus of next week One more thing incident. Anyway, the purpose of the event is pretty clear, but Apple has provided a few specific clues. An AR easter egg in the invitation clearly showed a MacBook lid opener, and the company has also flagged the event for developers, the first time they have done so for anything other than that. WWDC.
One of the key questions is whether Apple will switch to making its own chips first in lower-end or higher-end Macs. In particular, whether Apple’s first MacBook Silicon will be the Air or Pro model. Two reliable sources have suggested that the answer is: both.
Reliable leaker @ L0vetodream tweeted shortly after Apple announced the event with the vague “13 inch X 2” message. Coupled with previous rumors, this seems to suggest that we should expect two of Apple’s first Silicon Macs to be the 13-inch MacBook.
Most recently, trusted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggested that the first two Apple Silicon MacBooks will be the new version of the 13-inch MacBook Air alongside a new version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
While Apple is reportedly planning to announce both of these phones during the event, it is likely that they will go on sale at different times.
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