Apple has announced that it is holding its ‘Unlucky’ event, where the new MacBook Pro is expected to run on upgraded hardware, and we will show you how to watch the Apple event.
Apple’s unplanned event is held October 18, 10am PDT / 1pm EDT / 6PM GMT / 4AM on November 11th AEST, And it is looking like the company is showing a new line of MacBook, rumors are pointing to a MacBook Pro 16 inches (2021) and a MacBook Pro 14 inches (2021). If true, this would be a larger design than Apple’s usual 13-inch MacBook Pro screen size.
These new devices are also rumored to have been on Apple’s own M1X chip, following its M1 chip from last year, and if the rumors are true, that could mean a major performance boost for Apple’s hardware.
There are also hints that a new Mac Mini may be appearing, and AirPods 3 true wireless airbags as well.
If these rumors are true, then you don’t want to miss the event, so read on to see how Apple’s October 2021 program is online.
How to Live Apple’s “Unplayed” Event
Apple One Hour will host a live stream of the event on its Apple Events website. If you visit there sooner, you can add the event to your calendar, and also get reminders to make sure you don’t miss out.
That’s why Apple is also broadcasting the event live stream on its YouTube channel. We’ve embedded the video below, so you don’t need to see this page.
You can also watch the event through the Apple TV app on your Apple device.
What do we expect from Apple’s unfinished event?
As we mentioned earlier, we expect that the new MacBooks and perhaps even newer Macs will run on Apple’s next version of Apple’s ‘Apple Silicon’, a running M1X chip that is based on the ARM architecture.
The reason why rumors suggest that it will be the M1X, rather than the M2X’s most important generational leap, is that it is likely that Apple is building a powerful version of the M1 that is aimed at creative work, so Mac and MacBook Pro 16 inches is rumored to get it.
There are also rumors about a new set of new wireless headphones, the AirPods 3.
We are do not Hopefully nothing to do with new iPhones or iPads. Apple has just released the iPhone 13 line, so it will probably be a Mac and Macbook focused event.
Because of this, we’ll probably get a release date for macOS 12 Monterrey, the new operating system on which Macs and MacBooks run. Any new Macs were announced at the ceremony as well as installed in it, while older Macs will receive a free upgrade (as long as they are compatible).