The ‘One More Thing’ event is Apple’s third in three months, and is likely to focus on a new Mac and macOS Big Sur
From the iPhone 12 range to the new iPad Air, Apple has treated us to a range of exciting products in recent months.
Now, the tech giant is preparing for another event this week, with the tagline ‘One More Thing.’
The event is Apple’s third in three months, and is likely to focus on a new Mac and macOS Big Sur.
Apple announced the news on Twitter, writing: “One more thing. Join us for a special #AppleEvent on November 10.”
Here’s everything you need to know about the event, including what we expect to be announced, and how to watch it live from the UK.
As always, Apple will be hosting a livestream of the event on its YouTube channel here.
Mirror Online will also be reporting all the Apple news live on Tuesday, so make sure you check back then!
Rumours suggest that the event will focus on Apple’s first Silicon Macs, featuring the tech giant’s own ARM-based processors.
He said: “From the beginning, the Mac has always embraced big changes to stay at the forefront of personal computing. Today we’re announcing our transition to Apple silicon, making this a historic day for the Mac.
“With its powerful features and industry-leading performance, Apple silicon will make the Mac stronger and more capable than ever. I’ve never been more excited about the future of the Mac.”
Bloomberg reports that Apple will announce three Apple Silicon Macs, expected to be a MacBook Air, a 13-inch MacBook Pro and a 16-inch MacBook Pro.
However, not everyone has the same predictions – Twitter leaker L0vetodream predicts that Apple will reveal two new 13-inch MacBooks.
The operating system was first discussed this summer, and the beta version was recently released, indicating the full launch could be any day now!
Other rumours indicate that Apple could finally announce AirTags – tracking devices similar to Tile, which have been rumoured for years.
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