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Appearing on video at its Tim Cook announced that while Apple plans to ship its first system with an Apple-designed processor "by the end of this year," it will continue to support Intel-based Macs with future updates.after a demonstration detailing some of the benefits of the switch, CEO
The company expects the Apple silicon transition to "take about two years," Cook said, and plans to "continue to support and release new versions of MacOS for Intel-based Macs for years to come."
He continued, "In fact, we have some new Intel-based Macs in the pipeline that we're really excited about."