With the delay in the delivery of some Macs to mid to late November, it means that Apple may indeed hold a third special event this month, focusing on the first MAC device equipped with self-developed apple silicon processor. The new chip naturally offers more robust performance, lower power consumption, and has another advantage: it's cheaper than the Mac with Intel processors.
Although this is only a rumor and an inference, there are still traces to follow, becauseAppleIt is no longer dependent on other companies, which means that Apple will no longer pay other companies, reducing the cost of negotiation, transportation and so on. For the past few years, Apple has been working oniPhoneandiPadManufacturing its own arm based processors, the company has a lot of experienced talent in the supply chain, and also some very good negotiators. If everything goes well, the Mac that will soon be available may be cheaper.