Apple has been rumored to be working on an ARM MacBook that would drop Intel’s chips in favor of its own processors. Versions of the iPhone chips that are unmatched in the mobile business power the iPad as well, so the Mac is the next logical move, especially given that Microsoft and other PC vendors are also experimenting with ARM-powered Windows 10 laptops . The A14 chip that’s been in development for the iPhone 12 series coming in September could very well end up being the chip that powers Apple’s first ARM MacBook. We’ve yet to see any evidence that an ARM MacBook is in the works for a 2020 launch, but the iPhone 12 is set to deliver a few major new features. That includes a redesign, 5G support, and a brand new A-series chip, one that could mark Apple’s jump to 5nm manufacturing. The chip may play a key role in other products as well. The A14 is likely to be the world’s first commercially available 5nm processor, and MacWorld explained the advantages of 5nm chipsets over the 7nm chips that power high-end 2019 and early 2020 phones.