Apple has announced that it is holding a ‘release’ event to showcase the new MacBook Pro, which is powered by updated hardware, and we’ll show you how to watch the event live.
The event, released by Apple, is happening Oct. 18, at 2 p.m. 10 a.m. / pm 1pm EDT / 6PM GMT / 4AM November 11 AESTWith rumors circulating that the MacBook Pro will be 16 inches (2021) and the MacBook Pro 14-inch (2021), it looks like the company is showing off a new version of the MacBooks. The truth is, this would be a major design removal from Apple’s standard 13-inch MacBook Pro screen.
Rumor has it that these new devices will follow in its footsteps from its M1 chip and work on Apple’s own M1X chip, and if the rumors are true, it’s a huge performance for Apple’s hardware.
There are hints that the new Mac Mini might show up and there are AirPods 3 and real wireless earbuds.
If these rumors are true, you will not want to miss the event, so read on to find out how Apple views the October 2021 event online.
How can Apple watch the ‘Unreleased’ event live?
Apple broadcasts the One More Thing event live on its Apple Events website. If you’ve been there before, you can add that event to your calendar and also get reminders to make sure to skip it.
Apple also appears to be broadcasting the event live on its YouTube channel. You do not need to leave this page to watch, as we have embedded that video below.
You can watch the event through the Apple TV app on your Apple device.
What do we expect from an event not released by Apple?
As we mentioned earlier, we hope that the new MacBooks and perhaps even the new Mac will work on the next iteration of Apple’s Silicon, the rumored M1X chip based on the ARM architecture.
Rumor has it that this is more likely to be the M1X than the more significant generational jump with the M2, which is why the larger MacBook Pro is rumored to be available at 16 inches, as it is likely to produce a more powerful version of the Apple M1 aimed at creative workload.
There are also rumors about a new set of real wireless headphones called the AirPods 3.
What are we do not With the new iPhone or iPad there is something to look forward to. Apple has only released the iPhone 13 line, so this is most likely a Mac and MacBook-centric event.
Because of this, we will have a release date for the MacOS 12 Monterrey, the new operating system that runs on Max and MacBooks. Any new Macs announced at this event will be pre-installed and older Macs will receive a free upgrade (as long as they are compatible).