Apple surprisingly dropped its invitation to tech influencers, content creators, and the public regarding its "One More Thing" Event that would launch on Tuesday, November 10. No news or releases came from Apple regarding the surprise announcement's device that would launch in seven days. Still, there are several expectations, including the famous MacBook with the first-ever Apple Silicon.
The most valuable and multinational tech company, Apple, is back again on sweeping people of their feet with the surprise announcement of a launch event scheduled for next week, Tuesday, November 10.
Apple's Surprise November 10 Event: It's Definitely a Mac
The Apple announcement took Twitter by storm, with several technology-centered content creators, famous Apple leakers and insiders, and news agencies talking about the new event. The event uses former CEO Steve Job's favorite line, "One More Thing," whenever he adds the surprise in a launch event.
The public read through Apple's subtle hints and teaser of the event's color scheme and design that mainly resembles the "pinwheel" that spins whenever a Mac is loading a specific application or process. The surprise announcement led most people that this is intended for the Mac and MacBook from Apple's lineup.
This is super cool. The Apple event logo in AR resembles opening and closing a MacBook. A new MacBook powered by Apple Silicon is coming. pic.twitter.com/R6pIpJTWPC — Neil Cybart (@neilcybart) November 2, 2020
Recently, a listing in the Bluetooth Launch Studio's website shows Apple's filing of the B2002 product name under the category "Personal Computer."
What to Expect on Apple's 'One More Thing' Event on November 10
Here's a list of the best bets that would come and launch from Apple's November 10 announcement on Tuesday next week, 10:00 am Pacific Standard Time (PST).
Apple Silicon Mac and MacBooks
The biggest surprise reveals Apple for 2020 goes to the Apple Silicon and new Mac computers and the laptop, MacBook. Apple announced that there would be a new Mac sometime around 2020, and it was revealed by the Cupertino giant more than four months ago in the WWDC 2020 last June.
Apple is just accomplishing its other end of bargain and promises from earlier this year in delivering the new Apple Silicon chips that would power the MacBooks. According to 9 to 5 Mac, the first ARM-powered Macs would either be a 12-inch MacBook, 13-inch MacBook Pro, or even a massive 24-inch iMac.
macOS Big Sur
Apple rolled out the new iOS 14 for the iPhones and iPadOS 14 for its very own tablets, but that does not mean that Macs will get left out. One of the biggest bets to join the November 10 launch would be the macOS Big Sur to power the new Apple Silicon Macs that would release next week. Farewell, Catalina.
Apple AirPods Studio
The AirPods studio was rumored to be released alongside the iPhone 12 last October. However, no news or even mention for the product surfaced in the Apple "Hi, Speed" event. Rumors surface that the headphones version of the AirPods would join the "One More Thing" event.
Last but not least, the Apple AirTags also surfaces rumors regarding its release to join next week's launch event alongside the MacBooks. This Apple product was rumored since the WWDC 2020 but missed the two launches consecutively.
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Written by Isaiah Alonzo