Apple Is Finally Making A MacBook We’ve Been Wanting For Years & May Have Some Unbelievable Features
Apple’s annual WWDC conference is almost here and there are some major announcements lined up by the Cupertino giant. The company will reveal its future plans for various products that include the iPhone, iPad and the MacBook. The event is expected to showcase new software and hardware announcements and here are some we’ve come to learn.
Apple is currently making an ARM-based MacBook that will have a display with touchscreen capabilities and a SIM card slot for LTE connections. The reports say the project has been bestowed the name ‘Star’ and it will be the first iOS-based MacBook equipped with an ARM processor. The model number at the moment is referred as ‘N84’ and is already in the prototype stage. The report suggests the device is currently being tested in Cupertino and the prototypes were manufactured by the Pegatron. It is the same company that manufactures other Apple products.
This new information sounds very exciting; however, there is some bad news. We will not see this new MacBook announced at WWDC this year, in fact, the laptop is not slated to launch anytime before 2020.
Apple’s annual WWDC keynote is all set to take place at the new headquarters in Cupertino on June 4th at 10:00 AM Pacific time. We will be covering the event live to give you a full run-down on what Apple has to offer in 2018 in terms of software and hardware changes.