The Mac mini Apple Silicon begin to get developers
At WWDC last week, Apple announced that it will move to its own processors, custom to from Mac this year.
As part of this transition, the company is allowing developers to request a Mac mini modified with a chip A12Z and 16 GB of RAM to develop and test their apps on a Mac with a architecture-based Arm.
As noted on Twitter, some developers are beginning to receive this special model of the Mac mini, which is officially known as the “Developer Transition Kit“.
Apple promises that its a Mac with a custom chip will have the performance leader in the industry. The company said that it expects to ship the first Mac with his chip custom by the end of the year and complete the transition in about two years.
According to the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the first Mac, Apple Silicon will be a 24-inch iMac redesigned and will be launched at the end of 2020. Apple has stated that they will continue to support and release new versions of the macOS for Intel-based Macs, for years to come, and has also confirmed that in the meantime it still has some new Mac models based on Intel in the development phase.