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Apple Surprisingly Sent Invitations for its Special Event on October 30: Scary Fast

Apple has been inviting official media to a virtual event with the theme "Scary Fast." The livestreamed event is scheduled for October 30 at 5 PM PT and is anticipated to feature new MacBook Pro and iMac models

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Apple surprisingly sent invitations for its special event on October 30 Scary Fast

Apple has been inviting official media to a virtual event with the theme "Scary Fast." The livestreamed event is scheduled for October 30 at 5 PM PT and is anticipated to feature new MacBook Pro and iMac models.

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Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has earlier forecasted the release of these gadgets, pointing out that supplies are currently limited. There are rumors that Apple may unveil a new CPU at the event—possibly the M3.

Apple will announce a special event on October 30: all the details

Apple sent official media invitations to a virtual event with the slogan quote Scary Fast. The event, which will be streamed live, is scheduled for October 30 at 5:00 PM PT and will showcase the new iMac and MacBook Pro models.

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Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and #039; previously predicted the launch of these devices, noting that they are few and far between. Apple is likely to introduce a new processor at the event, possibly the M3. In a rather surprising announcement, Apple sent out official media invitations for a special event. The slogan of the event is Scary Fast and it will be virtual. The invite reads, “You’re invited to watch a special Apple event online. Tune in at apple.com. October 30.” The event will be livestreamed on Apple.com, and though Apple hasn’t said so, it should be on YouTube as well. 

The last few events have been in person, but this one will be an online affair. What’s also interesting is that this event would be held in the evening, unlike all other Apple events that are held in the morning. The event will take place at 5:00 PM PT, which is 4:30 PM (IST). 

Scary Fast Event: What to Expect

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Earlier this week, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman was again explosive in his prediction that Apple will release a new iMac and MacBook Pro. In his weekly newsletter, Gurman said there is a shortage of iMacs and MacBook Pros, both online and in retail stores. "New models could be coming soon; the company is likely planning a Mac-related launch event later this month," Gurman said.

Gurman also said that MacBook models are out of stock or delayed. "High-end MacBook Pro configurations and several iMac configurations and colors are out of stock, with massive shipping delays at Apple, Amazon, Best Buy and more heading into the holidays," Gurman said in a tweet.

In 2021, Apple released a 24-inch iMac with a completely new design and an M1 chip. It's been over two years, so it makes sense for Apple to update the iMac. Description Scary Fast suggests that a new processor is also coming. Apple might release the M3 processor at the event.

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