After announcing the transition from Intel to Apple Silicon-based on ARM, many Apple fans now can’t wait to see the performance that Apple can present through its own Apple Silicon processor on its Mac device.
Recently, there was a new leak where Apple is said to be starting to send some components to its new MacBook that uses an Apple Silicon processor in the third quarter of 2020. It is known that the component assembly will also be carried out at the same time.
This makes Apple ready to market the new Apple-based Apple Silicon Mac device in the fourth quarter of 2020 so users can get it at the end of 2020 or early 2021.
As information, the ARM-based Apple Silicon processor itself is produced by TSMC, which is already trusted by Apple to make Apple chips used in its iPhone devices.
Made with 5nm fabrication, this Apple Silicon processor is claimed to offer higher performance while remaining power efficient. The use of this processor also helps Apple not always depend on Intel again in terms of the processor.