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Apple: analyst, PC with 'home-made' processor coming soon


Apple could bring its first "home-made" processor, and an alternative to Intel's chips, to the market already by the end of the year. (HANDLE)

(ANSA) - ROME, JUNE 22 - Apple could bring its first "home-made" processor, as an alternative to Intel's chips, to the market already by the end of the year. The analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known expert in the Apple world, says that the first two Apple PCs with Arms architecture will be the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and a new 24-inch iMac screen. The new processors are expected to be at the heart of WWDC20, Apple's annual developer conference that kicks off tonight, for the first time in an online event due to the coronavirus. At the appointment, based on rumors, various new iPhone software will be shown. According to the analyst's forecasts, the first two computers with a "made in Cupertino" processor will hit the shelves in the fourth quarter or early 2020. From next year, moreover, all new Apple-branded PCs will mount the new chip. The processors are just one of the WWDC20 chapters, from which we expect news on all Apple's operating systems: iOS for iPhones, MacOs for ipc, watchOS for Apple Watch, iPadOS for tablets, tvOS for the Apple TV. On iPhone the new system operating should bring a redesigned home screen, improved multitasking and a new "carKey" function to open the car with the iPhone or Apple Watch. Accessibility improvements are also expected, especially for those with hearing problems. Among other rumors, iMessagge could take a couple of "ingredients" from WhatsApp: the ability to delete a sent message and to mention a user. (ANSA).

Source: ansa

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