ARM-Based 12-inch MacBook Specs Include A14X Bionic SoC, up to 16GB RAM, 20-Hour Battery Life & More
published 01.08.2020 16:30
One of the biggest selling points of the ARM-based 12-inch MacBook is that it is said to offer between a whopping 15-20 hours of battery life, and that’s a major step-up compared to the 8-10 hour endurance you’re getting with Intel-based MacBook models.
One Drawback of the ARM-Based 12-inch MacBook Is That It’s Rumored to Arrive With the Problematic Butterfly Keyboard A tweet from tipster Komiya highlights the internal specs for the upcoming 12-inch MacBook.
Strange enough, this chipset is also said to be found in the new iPad models, but a tipster claims that it will be found in the 12-inch MacBook, transforming it into one powerful and portable machine.
With numerous rumors talking about the resurrection of the 12-inch MacBook, one major difference is that this model will reportedly feature the company’s custom silicon, or in this case, the A14X Bionic, according to the latest info.
Kirin 1020 More Costly to Make Than Apple’s A14 Bionic; New Report Claims Chip Size Will Be Bigger Too The tweet also states that the ARM-based 12-inch MacBook will get a 720p FaceTime HD camera, but the drawback of owning this model will be having to get used to the butterfly keyboard.