From CNET: After the iPad Air, Apple Watch Series 6, HomePod Mini and iPhone 12, Apple's got "one more thing" to show us. The tech giant announced a new online-only event planned for Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. GMT / 5 a.m. Nov 11 AEDT, a week after the US presidential election. Apple's event will be streamed live via the company's website.
Apple is expected to announced its next-generation Mac computers, powered for the first time by the company's own Apple Silicon chips. The devices will also mark a change in the more than decade-long partnership between Apple and Intel, whose chips have powered the company's laptop and desktop computers sold since 2006.
As is typical, Apple didn't tip its hand about the event other than to say it would be about "one more thing." The background image of an Apple logo surrounded by beams of colorful light is reminiscent of the invite Apple sent in January 2007 for its first iPhone announcement. Back then, the Apple logo was surrounded by white light.
Apple also included an augmented reality feature on its webpage, showing an Apple logo opening and closing like the lid of a laptop.
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