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Digitimes doesn’t want to go unnoticed in the ration of last-minute rumors that will be arriving during the remaining week before WWDC 2018. The Asian media claims that the supplier Pegatron will be responsible for making the first MacBook with an ARM chip in history.
In fact, the source mentions it as the Star project we talked about a few days ago, giving it more of a computer shape than a tablet. They even match the model’s code name, N84. It would be a first attempt to code with ARM processors in Mac computers, although it would be a low-end model designed for the user with basic needs.
The rumour is not as reliable as it seems: a few days ago Mark Gurman answered on Twitter that this ‘N84’ model is in fact one of the possible successors of the iPhone X :
Pegatron hasn’t wanted to say anything about it so far, and I personally wouldn’t take it for granted that we’ll be seeing a MacBook with an ARM processor soon. Anyway, it’s clear that Apple is planning a new transition , and we could see their first steps in next Monday’s keynote.