Apple One More Thing event today: How to watch, what to expect and other key details 

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Apple is hosting its third event of the year which is called One More Thing. The Cupertino giant is ready to unveil Apple’s new range of silicon-based MacBook models. Apple revealed its plans to unveil silicon-based Macs at WWDC 2020 earlier this year. The company previously used Intel-made processors for its MacBooks.

Although Apple sent out invitations for the event, it never mentioned that it will launch MacBook at its One More Thing event. However, speculations are rife that the company would announce its MacBook at the event. Apple hosted its first event of the year in September where it launched the Apple Watch Series 6, Watch SE and iPad. The next mega event was held in October which saw the company announce the iPhone 12 series together with the HomePod Mini smart speaker.

Apple was rumored to be working on three MacBooks including a 13-inch MacBook Air, a 13-inch MacBook Pro, and a 16-inch MacBook Pro equipped with Apple’s silicon chip.

So here are some details you should know about today’s launch event

Apple One More Thing event: how and where to watch it

The Apple One More Thing will start at 11:30 pm IST. It will be hosted live by Apple Park. The company will stream the event on its official website, Apple TV and YouTube.

Apple One More Thing Event: What to Expect

Apple hasn’t divulged any details about the products it plans to launch at today’s event. In the official invitation sent, Apple only highlighted “One More Thing”. So Apple has already unveiled its iPhone 12, iPad, Watches in previous events, but the only thing the company has yet to announce is the MacBook.

Now it’s not mere speculation because Apple itself had confirmed the released MacBooks based on its internal processors at the WWDC event held earlier this year. Since then, there have been strong rumors that Apple will launch products by the end of 2020.

According to a report published in Bloomberg, Apple may invent two 13-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models and a 13-inch Apple MacBook Air. According to reports, the MacBooks will have a silicon processor based on the company’s A14 Bionic chip that runs the show in the new iPhone 12 series.

Apple while making an announcement on silicon-based Macs said that these new chips working in tandem with macOS Big Sur “will give the Mac industry-leading performance per watt and higher-performance GPU, allowing app developers to write professional apps. even more powerful and high-end games “.

Apple’s silicon chipsets will be able to perform the iPhone and iPad apps and will better optimize its existing apps.

The Cupertino giant is set to unveil a new range of Apple’s silicon-based MacBook models.

News Underline:

  • Apple is hosting its third event of the year which is called One More Thing.
  • Apple revealed its plans to unveil silicon-based Macs at WWDC 2020 earlier this year.
  • Apple had launched Watch Series 6, Watch SE, iPad and iPhone in its previous events.

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