Developers Begin To Receive First ARM Mac/Developer Transition Kit

At the WWDC held last week, Apple announced the first Macs with its custom-designed processor Apple Silicon will be shipped by the end of this year and beginning a transition period of two years.

To help developers get started with creating apps for Apple Silicon, Apple launched the Universal App Quick Start Program, providing various documents, forum support, beta versions of macOS Big Sur and Xcode 12, and a limited-use Developer Transition Kit (DTK).

Today, developers have received the Mac mini and shared photos on Twitter.

DTK consists of Mac mini with built-in Apple A12Z Bionic SoC and desktop specifications, including 16GB of memory, 512GB solid-state drive, and multiple Mac I/O ports.

It's worth noting that the Transition Kit must be returned to Apple at the end of the program. Developers can apply to participate in this program through, the total cost of the program is $499.

Image Via Axel Roest

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