Apple’s beta HCM-5020 will hit the market on September 17.
We’ve already covered it here, but it also has a lot going for it.
The company has finally put together an inexpensive, yet powerful, chip for home theater.
This is an upgrade from the company’s current HCM chip that has a much more powerful GPU, but one that’s only for smartphones.
It’s also a bit of a rebrand for Apple, which previously made its own chip based on the TI OMAP 4.4.
It can’t be said that Apple has always done things this way, but the company has always put its own spin on things, and this one certainly falls into that category.
The HCM20 will be available for $100 in both 16GB and 32GB flavors, with prices for 64GB going up to $150.
It has a 64-bit ARM Cortex A15 CPU with a 4GB of RAM, 256GB of flash storage, and 4GB or 8GB of DDR3L.
The 32GB model has a Core i7-6520U processor with a 12.7-core chip and an 8-core processor, with 256GB flash storage and 4 GB of RAM.
Both of these models have a 256GB internal storage and 512GB of onboard storage.
The 128GB model will have the same capacity, but will come with a MicroSD slot.
Both of these have a 4K video output.
The 64GB model is also rumored to have a 128GB internal flash storage.
We don’t have any details on pricing yet, but given that this is a beta chip, we imagine it’s not going to be as cheap as it is for Apple’s current hardware.
We don’t know much about the other models, but we do know that they’ll feature the same Core i9 processor as the HCM60, and a slightly different GPU.
The chip in the 32GB will have a much faster GPU, and the 128GB will get a faster GPU.
Apple has also announced that it will be shipping the 64GB and 128GB models with the latest 64-nanometer chip.
We also don’t yet know much of the other specs.
We know that the chip will be compatible with all Apple devices running iOS 8, and that it has an Adreno 330 GPU.
We also know that it’s a single chip with four integrated GPUs.
It will run at up to 8Ghz and has an 8GB internal memory, and it will support Bluetooth 4.0.