Calls suggest that Apple’s next hardware event will take place on October 18th. The company is widely expected to launch its second fall event with the launch of a pair of new MacBooks, a redesigned high-end Mac Mini and a pair of third-generation aircraft.
Call video teases one word: unleashed. As shown below a Tweet From Apple Marketing Manager Greg Joswiak, it appears in a small dot font that may refer to mini LED technology along the way. The “special” event will be broadcast live Apple.com At 1PM ET / 10AM PT.
There have been reports for several months that Apple is releasing New 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models. The new MacBooks are the latest step in Apple’s transition from Intel chips, replacing the M1X, a hand-based processor designed by Apple. The new chip will increase performance compared to the M1 chip introduced last year Bloombergs Mark Kurman reports The M1X has ten CPU cores compared to the M1X eight, and the M1-equipped machines have graphics processors with 16 or 32 cores compared to seven or eight.
Other expected features include the recall of fans’ favorite MacBook features Magnetic MagSafe Charging, A HDMI port and an SD card slot. The OLED Touch Bar in the wrong way may, mercifully, be on the way out. Kurman mentioned recently The stock of that company’s current MacBook Pro seems to be low.
Rumor has it that the same M1X will feature in the processor Redesigned High-end Mac Mini. The new engine with two engines / USB 4 Type-C ports and two USB Type-A ports will have more ports than last year’s M1 model. The changes should make the new Mac Mini more suitable for power users.
Finally, Apple can announce one Pair of redesigned airboats, Refers to the third generation of the company’s original genuine wireless earbuds. Airboats are expected to adopt a design similar to the Airboat Pro, with shorter shafts and a redesigned charging case.
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