During yesterday’s WWDC keynote, Apple officially announced their mac transition to Apple Silicon, included in the announcement was a Developer Transition Kit program, and now developers are being accepted into the program.
Developers who are accepted will receive a Mac Mini which features an Apple A12Z system on a chip, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. The developer transition kit program costs $500 and will need to return the hardwear at the end.
Once a developer is accepted, they need to agree to a confidential document. Apple specifies in the document developers are striclty not permitted to write or review the Apple Silicon powered Mac Mini and the developer transition kit.
The Developer Transition Kit is considered Apple’s Confidential Information under Your Developer Agreement. You agree not to publicly write about or review the Developer Transition Kit, or to share or display it to anyone other than Your Authorized Developers, without Apple’s prior written approval (including via email). via 9to5Mac
You can read the full Developer Transition Kit and Universal App Quick Start Program agreement here.