Apple November Event Confirmed: Apple Silicon Powered Macs Expected.

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After Apple’s WWDC the year 2020 is just full of amazing Apple product lineups, Software Updates, and much-awaited upcoming Apple Silicon. Apple just sent out invites for “One More Thing” an Apple event that may bring us Macs running on Apple’s own Processors which are so far named “Apple Silicon” as of now by Apple. The online event will take place on November 10 at 10 am PST which is 11.30 pm IST.

This is Apple’s 3rd consecutive event. After the September event showcased an updated iPad and Watch lineup, with the October Event showcased the iPhone launch. Apple’s Silicon was expected to be announced at any of those events, but Apple has decided to treat its events like announcements in previous years by completing it with the famous “one more thing” tagline that has been used to cap Apple events in the past.

At Apple’s WWDC 2020 event that was held in June this year, Apple’s transition of the entire Mac lineup shifting to its own in-house processors. It was also made clear that this transition will take 2 years, so you can expect Intel as well as Apple Silicon Macs for the next 2 years. Apple says that new models are currently under development and will ship alongside A-series Macs. Existing Macs will also be supported with upcoming new macOS releases for many years to come.

Tim Cook while speaking at WWDC for upcoming Macs: “a huge leap forward for the Mac,” which is targetted towards getting the More Powerful and Power Efficient Chips with a passively cooling device. Apple’s move to the “Apple silicon” transition ends a longstanding partnership with Intel and enables the computers to run the same apps like those on iPhones.

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