Apple has officially announced its fourth event of the year and it is to be held on November 10. At the event, Apple is expected to launch a couple of MacBook models featuring Apple’s own silicon for the first time ever.
Apple has begun sending out invites to the press. Every Apple event has some sort of a tagline that hints towards the products that the company would unveil at the event.
The November 10 event invite comes with the tagline “One More Thing.” This indicates that Apple is to launch new models in its next major product category—the Mac.
Alternatively, the tagline also hints towards the possibility that we won’t be seeing Apple’s highly rumored Tile-like trackers reportedly dubbed AirTags.
AirTags are quite anticipated at this point, which is probably owing to the fact that they have been in the rumor phase for a long time.
However, AirTags aren’t as strongly anticipated as Apple’s upcoming ARM Macs, which Apple announced will feature considerable improvements over Intel Macs as the company plans to shift its entire Mac lineup to run on its own silicon.
Apple even announced this shift at its WWDC conference earlier this year. The new Apple processors for the Mac will be designed in-house and manufactured at TSMC.
It’s unclear which Mac models will introduce the transition, but it has been rumored that Apple has decided to tread lightly in the beginning by launching a low-cost MacBook Air and a 12-inch MacBook Pro.