The MacBook Pro 2020 has to meet the high expectations, especially for the backward compatibility of apps.
In a few days, Apple will have one of its biggest events in recent years. It will be busy, packed with several brand new and refreshing items. The highlight will of course be the iPhone 12. However, there are also other exciting new products like the Apple AirTags and the Apple AirPods Studio.
The other big spotlight is the 2020 MacBook Pro. This is Apple’s successor to the big WWDC 2020 announcement of the company’s move to Apple Silicon. As the majority of consumers fall in love with the iPhone 12, the serious tech world will have its sights set on the ARM-based laptop.
The MacBook Pro 2020 has high expectations
When Apple announced the Silicon, Apple only promised a smooth transition from Intel chips to Apple Silicon. However, achieving this is easier said than done. Tim Cook guaranteed that app developers would have no problem designing a new version of their apps on Apple Silicon.
As soon as WWDC 2020 ended, Apple opened a program for developers to make the transition immediately. No major developments have been announced so far. Even so, Rosetta 2 will be there to support programs developed by Intel for the MacBook Pro 2020.
Here, too, it remains to be seen whether the emulator can process heavy programs straight out of the box. This high expectation is the benchmark that the new MacBook must meet. The price for this laptop will not be affordable. Hence, buyers want their device to work without any adjustments to run the daily apps.
The Apple silicon transition should learn from Surface Pro X.
Last year, Microsoft launched its ARM-based laptop with the Surface Pro X. The design and workmanship of the laptop were impeccable. The problem, however, was in the device. The Surface Pro X immediately had problems running daily driver applications like Photoshop and other video editing apps.
In this area, Apple could learn a thing or two from Microsoft. The problem will clearly be Apple Silicon’s backward support for Intel-based apps. If Apple can crack this code from the Getgo, it can sell more once the laptops hit the shelves.
Those who can postpone the purchase can play the long wait game and let Apple sort the transition first. The release will definitely have issues that will come with it. It is only a matter of pain tolerance for the buyer if the experience is worth it.
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