Apple’s “One more thing” event likely to introduce custom silicon Macs

November 10 for the US or early on the 11th in Australia-land

Apple just couldn’t let Microsoft have their day. Their new “One more thing” event lands on the exact same day as the launch of Microsoft’s new Xbox Series X/S console and a couple before Sony’s PS5.

It’s largely expected that the event will reveal Apple’s first foray into commercially available Macs using their own custom silicon akin to the A14 SoC used in iPhones and iPads.

This is all but confirmed with Apple’s AR invite resembling the lid of a MacBook opening to reveal a new spectrum of light.

Earlier in the year at WWDC Apple made it very clear that this was on the cards. A custom version of a Mac Mini was released that uses Apple’s custom A12Z chip to allow developers to test and experiment with the new ARM based Macs.

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