Apple has announced a “One More Thing” event set to take place on Tuesday, November 10. Speculation has it that this is when Apple will unveil its first Arm-based Macs running on Apple Silicon Chips. A departure from the Intel processors the company previously favored.
An invitation sent out to customers announced the special event will take place at 10 am PT/1 pm ET from Apple Park. The name comes from the phrase which Apple CEOs use at the end of keynotes for some sort of surprise announcement.
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Apple rumors previously pegged the Apple Silicon Chip powered Macs to start arriving at the end of the year. Apple has promised the new chips will deliver a new level of performance at lower power consumption.
Prototypes for the new macs were shown running hefty apps like Final Cut Pro, and the new GPUs in the chips were shown running games like Tomb Raider.
Tune in to IGN on November 10 for a full rundown of Apple’s surprise announcement.
Matt T.M. Kim is a reporter for IGN.