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October MacBook conference is uncertain, and the release may be postponed

A series of rumors and reports indicate that ARM-based 12-inch MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Pro will be released later this year. And the release is very likely to be scheduled shortly after the iPhone 12 launch event in September , meaning the hardware release event will be held in October for new Mac products. But today, the situation may change according to the new source of the whistleblower.


Although Apple mentioned in this year’s WWDC keynote speech that the first ARM-based Mac will come out later this year, a Twitter user @Komiya revealed something different. According to sources close to the information, he said that Apple may not hold events to release ARM MacBook and other products. 

macOS Catalina will add the “Pro Mode”, then how about a low intervention mode?

Today, media 9to5Mac found some evidence in the latest macOS 10.15.3 Beta, which reveals that Apple is developing “professional mode” features for its desktop system to improve the performance of portable Macs. This feature is plain to improve Mac performance at the expense of battery life and fan noise.


We are happy with this feature, but since there is a “professional mode”, should a “low power consumption mode” be added to the other group of users, whose features is the opposite of professional modes to extend the battery life?

macOS 10.15.2 has fixed sonic booms on some 16-inch MBPs

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A minor accident occurred on Apple’s new 16-inch MacBook Pro – some users noticed sonic booms in the new product, and Apple has confirmed the problem and promised that it would be fixed through a software update.


Apple has pushed a series of software updates yesterday, including those for iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, macOS and so on. In the macOS Catalina 10.15.2 update, Apple seems to have fixed the sonic boom on the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The MacRumors forum reported that some users who have installed macOS Catalina 10.15.2 update said that the issue of sonic boom had  been eliminated in the new version of the system. After installing the update and trying to play via VLC, Safari, Chrome, Netflix, YouTube, Premiere Pro, and Amazon Prime Video, they found no sonic boom.