Apple To Start Manufacturing Silicon MacBooks in 2021 Soon: Report

0
Apple To Start Manufacturing Silicon MacBooks in 2021 Soon:

According to a report by Nikkei Asia, Apple will soon start manufacturing Silicon MacBooks in the second half of 2021. However, the report doesn’t make it clear that which MacBook models have been scheduled for manufacturing. Earlier reports point towards the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro devices.

These new Silicon MacBooks are expected to have second-generation M1X or M2 chips. Recently, Apple has launched its M1 Chip MacBook Air and MacBook Pro which are spreading the market quickly. People are amazed by the performance of Apple’s M1 Chip MacBooks. According to most of the experts, these M1 Chip MacBooks are way faster than the Intel ones. 

We may be able to see Apple’s new Silicon MacBooks with either M1X or M2 chip. The performance of these Silicon MacBooks is expected to be more than the M1 Chips. 

Apple’s M1 chip features an eight-core CPU, which the tech giant claims to be the fastest CPU in the world right now. Apple M1 chip MacBook is the first personal computer built using 5-nanometer process technology and has 16 billion transistors with integrated graphics. Apple claims that the M1 chip MacBook can deliver up to 3.5x faster CPU performance, up to 6x  GPU performance, and up to 2x longer battery time than the old MacBooks.