¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ has already held two virtual events this fall, but the company isn’t done yet. Next Tuesday, November 10th, the company will be holding an event appropriately called “One More Thing.” Given that the iPad, ¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ Watch and iPhone were the stars of the last events, it seems likely that this one will focus on the Mac. More specifically, we might get our first look at a Mac running ¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ Silicon that people can actually buy. It also seems safe to say that the final version of macOS Big Sur will be ready for release, as well.
To refresh your memory, ¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ Silicon was announced the WWDC conference in June. As the name implies, this is a move for ¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ to get the Mac running on its own chips, just as the iPhone, iPad and ¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ Watch already do. Given the power of ¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ’s A-series chips in devices like the iPad Pro, it’s not a huge surprise that ¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ will be fully responsible fo its Mac hardware, rather than relying on Intel to provide the chips it wants to use.