Apple’s Upcoming Redesigned MacBooks Will Still Feature Intel Processors

In response to a current rumor, it was prompt that in 2021, Apple may lastly introduce redesigned MacBook laptops. It was speculated that this might be the M1 (or M2) based mostly MacBooks, nevertheless it seems it is going to additionally apply to Intel based mostly MacBooks. That is based on @L0vetodream who has prior to now been fairly correct with their leaks.

To be honest, this really makes full sense. When Apple initially introduced their plans to transition away from Intel, the corporate acknowledged that this transition would happen over the course of two years, and that throughout the time, they’d proceed to help Intel Mac laptop merchandise.

Whereas the M1 Macs have gotten rave opinions when it comes to efficiency, they do lack sure options that Intel Macs have, resembling the flexibility to run the vast majority of packages on the market which have been designed for x86 processors in thoughts. Whereas the M1 comes with the Rosetta 2 translation software program, it’s nonetheless not essentially essentially the most very best setup.

Plus, there are customers who wish to twin boot Home windows and macOS, which at present isn’t doable for the M1s. The Intel-based Macs additionally help extra RAM and may go as much as 32GB, which for some is vital. In any case, take this with a grain of salt, however like we mentioned, we wouldn’t be stunned if Apple continued to churn out Intel based mostly Macs for not less than the subsequent 12 months.

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