Apple reportedly kept its initial production order of 2.5 million MacBook laptops powered by in-house CPUs. Suppliers are asked to meet requirements in early 2021. Like the iPhone, Apple wants to introduce in-house silicon central processing units to its MacBook range of laptops. A report suggests that the new MacBook model, powered by an in-house CPU, could be launched in the second quarter next year. Apple is also hosting an event on November 10 where new MacBook models are anticipated.
In his Report good, Said Nikkei Asia Apple Will not introduce new MacBooks Driven by the anticipated Apple Silicon before the second quarter of 2021. Apple has asked suppliers to produce 2.5 million MacBook laptops with new CPUs by 2021. It denies Previous report Claimed that Apple’s new silicon-based MacBook laptops were launched at the November 10 event. Apple could confirm the arrival of these new devices at the event, but availability is now slated for next year.
The report states that initial production orders for the first MacBook laptop amounted to about 20 percent of the total MacBook shipments for 2019 which came to 1.26 million units. Apple plans to replace Intel microprocessors with its own CPU, based on the company’s A14 Bionic SoC, already powering the iPhone 12 series as well as the latest iPad Air models. The report states that Apple intends to cut dependence on Intel completely over the next two years.
Apple’s upcoming CPUs for the MacBook are reportedly designed in-house but manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). They are made by TSMC’s 5-nanometer chip manufacturing technology.
Apple reportedly asked suppliers to produce more than 2 million units iphone 11, iPhone SE, And iphone xr For the handset shopping season from October at the end of the year and early next year. this is due to iphone 12 Models are facing many supply and production issues due to the epidemic. The report states that older iPhones manufactured after October will not come with chargers or wired earphones. In addition, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are reported to have reached the end of their product lives and will not be produced.
“It’s about time for the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max [to stop production], “Nikkei Asia cited anonymous sources as stating that both models” will affect sales of the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max. “The source stated that the specifications of the iPhone 11 are sufficiently different to avoid that issue.
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