The annual was held during the night Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) and of course - being Apple - there were surprises and announcements dedicated to the world MacOS.
Among the most important announcements made by the CEO of the Cupertino house, Tim Cook, we point out the announcement of MacOS Big Sur: the new version of the operating system Apple-branded. What's new in this new version includes a graphical interface revised and improved, and winks at users accustomed to iOS, but also support for a new type of ARM-Based processor developed within Apple itself: Apple SIlicon.
A real revolution therefore, the Macs have definitively closed any relationship with Intel and his x86 processors and prepare to undertake a transition period. Although the company expects this process to last at least 2 years, has already opened the program Universal App Quick Start and started offering various App developers a devkit which will facilitate the move from Intel to Silicon even more.