Apple announces November 10 ‘One more thing’ special event
Apple has announced it will be hosting a “One more thing” special event next week on Tuesday, November 10 at 10:00 a.m. from Apple Park, where the company is expected to launch its first Apple Silicon Mac alongside AirTag item trackers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted at the upcoming event last week, by saying “this year has a few more exciting things in store,” after Apple announced that it would be launching its first ARM Mac before the end of the year, causing speculation about a possible November event after the new machine was missing from the recent September and October announcements.
Rumors had pointed to Apple’s new AirPods Studio over-ear headphones being announced in November, although more recent reports suggest the launch has now been postponed until 2021 due to manufacturing hiccups.
Apple’s upcoming “One more thing” special event is expected to follow a similar format to the previous Apple Watch Series 6 and iPhone 12 launch, which saw the new devices announced in pre-recorded segments. A live stream will be available on Apple.com and on YouTube, with live coverage also available on The Apple Post.
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