You are talking about leashes, right. There are no leashes allowed here, mate. No, for today’s major presser, Apple appears to be completely unrestrained. It is the start of a major week of hardware news today at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, as part of a final industry push before the holidays. The business revealed a slew of new devices, including iPhones, iPads, and the latest Apple Watch, just over a month ago. So, what is the situation now Obviously, Macs. We expect a number of new products as Apple transition its whole line to first-party silicon, including (possibly) a new MacBook, Mac Mini, and larger iMac, all of which will driven by the newest M1X CPU.
Given that this is (presumably) Apple’s final event of the year, other goods, such as a new version of the company’s entry-level AirPods, could be on the way. Matthew and Darrell will be there to bring you the latest news as it happens. Here you will find all of the information you will need to view the webcast. Save this page for news and analysis.
Apple’s next-generation ARM-based M-series processor, which should be at the heart of the all-new 14-inch and 16-inch Apple MacBook Pros, is one of the presentation highlights. The two laptops are likely to offer a significant aesthetic upgrade over the current MacBooks. On stage, a new Mac Mini with the same new M-series chipset as the updated MacBook Pros could appear, add in a macOS Monterey release date and the reported revelation of AirPods 3, and you have got yourself a packed event. After the event, stay tuned to our homepage for more comprehensive coverage.
Apple expected to reveal the M1X MacBook Pro models later today. We also expect the corporation to reveal the long-awaited AirPods 3. If you want to watch Apple’s ‘Unleashed’ event live, there are various options available. Check out what you need to do to watch Apple’s unleashed event live on any device. Apple’s unleashed event will be live-streamed on multiple platforms, so you can watch it, however, you like. Furthermore, Apple’s event will begin at 10:00 a.m. PDT, so be ready if you want to watch it live. Check the event start time in your region of residence if you are unfamiliar with the time in your local time zone. Check out how to watch Apple’s Unleashed M1X MacBook Pro launch event on any device once you have done that.