Apple Invites Developers to Get One-on-One Guidance From Engineers Ahead of Apple Silicon Mac Launch
As the year draws to a close, we are close to launching the first Mac with an Apple silicon chip. Apple has allowed Mac developers to prepare for the transition to Apple Silicon via the Universal Quick Start program, and now Apple is inviting testers to get one code-level guide from an Apple engineer.
Participants in the Quick Launch program were given an A12Z chip and resources to develop Apple Silicon applications, a credit mini Mac, and can now sign up for an appointment with an Apple engineer.
Apple has scheduled lab meetings for November 4th and November 5th, indicating that we will soon see the launch of the first Apple Silicon Mac.
When Apple announced the Silicon Max earlier this year, Apple promised to launch the first Mac with an AM-based chip designed before the end of 2020. The events of September and October have come without any announcement but we have a chance to see a November festival that can take place on November 17th.