One More Thing by Apple – What to Expect from the Event

  • POSTED ON: November 4, 2020

Apple Announcement!

Apple is coming with yet another event for November 10th called One More Thing. We’re assuming that this event will be dedicated to its first Arm-based Macs that apparently, run on Apple Silicon chips and not on the Intel processors which the company has used since 2005.

The name of the event is especially interesting, since Apple’s former CEO Steve Jobs was usually heard using the phrase “One More Thing. The last time Apple used this phrase was in 2017 for the announcement of iPhone X, and now they’re making a whole event out of it.

One of the main signs that indicate Mac is the teaser of augmented reality. It shows an animated Apple logo rise up. The switch from Intel processors to Apple’s own Silicon CPUs was declared in June at the WWDC event. The company had promised that it would be using Arm-based chips by the end of 2020.

According to the company, it can improve the overall performance and lower the power consumption through these Arm-based chips.

Although the initial event may only reveal a MacBook for its first-ever arm-based computer, the company will eventually reveal an entire product line comprising laptops and desktops, etc.

Apart from the new Macs, the event will also observe the release of macOS11 Big Sur, which was also announced back in June at the WWDC.


Updated November 4, 2020
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