As we had mentioned earlier from Bloomberg’s report, Apple’s September event was not the only event we were going to see this year. Evidently, the Apple October event was also not the last event of the year as we have seen Apple Watches, iPhones, iPads but we are yet to see updates to Apple’s Mac and Macbook lineup. Obviously, Mac devices are also a flagship lineup from the company so it also warrants its own event and we will have own for sure. So as Bloomberg reported during the announcement of Apple iPhone event, there will be a Mac event from Apple in November.
Now, we have more details regarding that event from our very own Jon Prosser who has spoken about the November event. According to Prosser, Apple will indeed hold a November event where it will announce the latest updates to Mac lineup. This event will also be huge as it will see the launch of first-ever Macbook based on Apple Silicon. Prosser also says that November 17 is most likely when this Apple event will take place and so far we have seen that the company shoots their videos of the event in advance.
For the September event, Apple seems to have shot the video in August while the October event was shot in early September. This means that the November event might be shot already or is being shot right now. It is also said that the event is being shot in a single day so as to reduce the risk of Coronavirus exposure as Apple does not want their employees to be at risk.
However, a huge bombshell has been dropped by Jon Prosser as he says that the AirPods Studios are not coming at the November event as well. He says that the headphones have been delayed to the March event. And so, he also leaks that there will be a digital-only event in March already planned by the company where AirPods Studio will be the highlight.
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