Before the end of 2020, Apple is going to announce the first Apple Silicon powered MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. Digitimes reports that the next-generation MacBooks will be shipped by Apple suppliers in the third quarter of 2020. Between now and September, that could happen any moment. If Digitimes was correct, that is significantly earlier than expected in the release date of the laptops. Apple's first Silicon-based MacBook Air could be arrived by the end of 2020 or early 2021 by reliable Apple analysis mentor Ming-Chi Kuo. He also confirmed that Apple Silicon's first MacBook Pro is arriving by year's end. Apple reported that Apple Silicon will switch from Intel CPUs to WWDC ARM-based. Craig Federighi, SVP of software engineering, presented a Mac on Apple's A12Z processor from 2020 iPad Pro during the recent virtual keynote in June. Current iPad modules are now on the way The Digitimes article today also notes that parts should be shipped to the new iPad in the near future. This is a 10.8-inch iPad that is "available at more affordable prices," according to the publication sources. Ming-Chi Kuo has said earlier that Apple's 10,8-inch iPad and the next 9-inch iPad mini will be providing an, "accessible price tag and fast" chips. This makes them sound similar to the iPhone SE. New Apple computers are always object of deep desire by the fans. Will them change their view this time?