Apple “One More Thing” event is set to take place on November 10th, 2020. It’s coming sooner than the predicted date of 17th November.
Apple yesterday announced its “One More Thing” event for November 10th, 2020. The event will probably be seeing them announcing its first Arm-based Macs that operate on Apple Silicon chips instead of the Intel processors that the company has been using since 2005.
Apple surprises everyone with the announcement
Apple takes everyone by surprise with this announcement. According to some reports, the event was supposed to be held on November 17, 2020.
However, yesterday they announced that it would hold its “One More Thing” event on 10th November instead.
November 10th 👀 not 17th!
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) November 2, 2020
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Apple Silicon Processors or Intel Processors?
In the “One More Thing” event on 10th November, Apple may announce its first-ever Arm-based Macs that will run on Apple Silicon chips instead of Intel processors. They have been using Intel Processors since 2005.
According to MacRumors’ reports, Apple has at least three Mac processors under development based upon the iPhone 12’s A14 chipset. Further, many even believe it as the first to be the 12-inch MacBook ARM.
On the other hand, Intel recently revealed its 11th Generation processor, mainly for thin and light laptops, Tiger Lake.
However, the successor to Ice Lake is already reserved to appear in over 150 laptops. That including devices from Dell, Acer, Lenovo, and Samsung, to name a few.
What can consumers expect?
Apple invites always have something new and exciting for everyone. This one has the same hype as any other. The event will be taking place next Tuesday, on 10th November 2020, at 10 a.m. Pacific time.
According to a few reports, including someone as reliable as Jon Prosser, Apple could be announcing AirTags. Jon Prosser says that he believes that Apple AirTags will be announced simultaneously as iOS 14.3.
And considering the possibility of iOS 14.2 going under a general release, tech enthusiasts can expect iOS 14.3 announcements at the “One More Thing” event next Tuesday.
Remember how I said AirTags were on schedule for 14.3 … and that 14.3 was scheduled for next month?
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) October 30, 2020
Moreover, they may also announce its first-ever Arm-based Macs that will run on their Silicon chips instead of Intel processors that they have been using since 2005.
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