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What to Expect at the Next Apple Event: The date of the keynote for the new MacBooks has been set

by Joseph Richard
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The Apple Watch Series 7 and iPads, and the iPhone 13 are now available from September. It’s time to move on from Apple’s program. The Apple brand has announced that a new keynote will be held on October 18. MacBooks with the new homebrew chip should be high on the priority list.

At Apple, it is time to embrace another opportunity now. Today, the manufacturer has announced that a new keynote will be held on Monday, October 18, at 20 hours Kenyan Time. There will be no public event, but a press conference will be broadcast live from Apple Park in Cupertino.

Therefore, the new MacBooks, the new derivation of the homegrown M1 chip, should all be on the event’s agenda in October. As a result, we should expect a riot of energy in the following computer’s understanding.

What should we anticipate from Apple then? For five years consecutive this is the first time that we see a new model of the Macbooks. The only thing which the manufacturer has been good at doing since 2016 is increasing the screen size. Now we have the 16 inches, a new chip. However, this time, things might be very different. First, the design of the new MacBooks might be” currently rumored” 14-inch screen, as well as the comeback of the Magsafe chargers and the HDMI connector, something we have missed so much

The essential anticipation, though, will be the revival of the in-house chip. A MacBook Pro with an M1X processor was leaked during WWDC, and no one knew if it was a prank or a mistake. The chip will remain in place indefinitely to complete the divorce from Intel.

While the previous iMac was released in the spring, we are not optimistic that the new Mac Pro and other Mac mini versions will be removed. Or it might be a redesigned iMac Pro, which would fit in a lot better at the Apple event geared toward more sophisticated and professional users. The AirPods, which were supposed to arrive in September but didn’t, remain a mystery.

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