Apple is putting its newto good use.
According to a report by(via ), Apple is planning to launch a 12-inch MacBook powered by its new A14X chip near year’s end.
The report, which cites sources from Apple’s supply chain, claims the device will have a USB-C slot (no surprise there) and weigh less than one kilogram, which is made possible by the low-power ARM-based processor. It will have a battery life of 15-20 hours.
This same chip will be used in the next generation iPad Pro, the report claims.
Apple’s transition from Intel chips to Apple-branded, ARM-based silicon was made public during this year’s WWDC …
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