Apple’s revolutionary ARM MacBook could be delayed

Apple won’t be revealing a MacBook powered by its own ARM-based chip (rather than an Intel CPU) in October, according to the latest from the rumor mill.

This fresh speculation comes from Komiya, an Apple leaker on Twitter, and it contradicts a previous rumor which suggested we will see an ARM-driven MacBook launched at an October press event.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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