Apple event: This year has been remarkable for Apple because it has released more gadgets than in prior years. In June, the business revealed the latest operating systems for its devices, a new 15-inch MacBook Air and the Vision Pro, its first-ever spatial computer. The Cupertino-based tech company debuted its iPhone 15 series and new Apple Watches during the Wonderlust event on 12 September. So far, one thing still needs to be added: new Macs.
Since its introduction 13 years ago, the Mac portfolio has been revised yearly. While it was initially anticipated that Apple would break this streak in 2023, that is no longer the case as the tech giant has revealed the Scary Fast event will take place on 30 October at 5:00 pm PT/5:30 am IST.
Apple's 'Scary Fast' event: All of the anticipated announcements
MacBooks are set to be the focal point of the 'Scary Fast' event. It has long been speculated that Apple plans to release its next chipset, the M3, and may demonstrate its capabilities during the 'Scary Fast' event. Apple's M3 lineup could comprise four models: M3, M3 Pro, M3 Max, and M3 Ultra.
According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, Apple was internally testing an M3-powered iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and other Mac devices. Still, they were kept secret during the Wonderlust event on 12 September. According to speculations, Apple may unveil M3-powered smartphones during their October presentation.
It is also possible that a new 24-inch iMac may be unveiled, as reports indicate that it has been in the works for quite some time.
A few days ago, a source stated that Apple could expand its iPad lineup by presenting new iPads on 17 October. While this did not occur, the Cupertino-based technology behemoth did reveal a new and less expensive option to the Apple Pencil 2nd Generation. There will be no iPad-related announcements during the Scary Fast event, according to Gurman, because Apple is anticipating a 2024 release for its iPads, including the iPad Mini, iPad Air, and iPad 11th Generation. Please remember that all this information is based on unofficial reports and should be treated cautiously until Apple confirms it at the Scary Fast event on 30 October.