Will be held in the near term, WWCD 2020 reportedly will convey interesting information. Apple is reported to announce its first ARM-based chipset for Macs and next-generation MacBook.
Citing the GSM Arena, the first chipset that will support this number of MacBooks will be based on 12 core design with 5nm manufacturing process and 12 inch MacBook is expected to be the first device supported.
The chipset is claimed to be more powerful and efficient than the Intel chipset that currently supports MacBook Air. In the future, Apple also plans to develop a desktop CPU for its MAC devices.
However, this does not remove reliance on Intel although it will reduce the costs that APple has to issue. The Formula with this special mobile ARM chipset is rated by Apple working well for iPhone and iPad, supporting its decision to deliver it to PC hardware.
This effort requires Apple to roll out large quantities of investments for the R&D, though by report, Apple will provide developers with incentives to make their applications compatible with their new platform until Apple’s chipset greets the market in the coming 2021.
Previously, a number of users reportedly complained about the green color seen on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max screens. This issue occurs randomly after unlocking the device.
9to5Mac predicts that it is caused by a bug in the software. And the report on the findings of the green color effect on this screen is also shared on the Internet forums, and is called for almost the entire iPhone 11 model.
Meanwhile, Bernstein’s analyst Toni Sacconaghi mentions that Apple can purchase affordable insurance policies to confront the scenario by purchasing his own search engine.
Sacconaghi appropriately emphasized that Apple is unable to monetize searches without third-party help and should buy DuckDuckGo. This will be advantageous for Apple as it will get advertising monetization opportunities without third parties.
While Apple store plunderers in some regions of the United States will not be able to use or sell products that become a demo device stolen from its retail store, because the device is armed with special software that prevents the device from being returned to factory settings.