Some big news dropped this week in the world of hardware, when Apple officially announced their new lineup of ARM-powered Macs. The new models includes a MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini, all powered by the new M1 processor.
The important caveat for Flutter developers is that you won't be able to build your Flutter apps on the new hardware, at least not just yet. Aside from the build process itself, there is still work to be done in areas such as simulator support and native compilation.
The new hardware does look promising though, and if you'd like to keep an eye on the progress for Flutter support (or even contribute yourself), this github issue should help you do just that.