Apple has had two events over the last couple of months, announcing new iPads, iPhones and other accessories. The company isn't done yet though, as another ‘One More Thing' event has been announced for next week.
Today, Apple began teasing that it has ‘one more thing' up its sleeve for 2020. Given iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch have all been tackled already, chances are this will be a Mac focused event.
Earlier this year, Apple announced plans to officially move Macs from Intel to ARM-based processors based on its own custom designs. Developers have been working with and testing this hardware for most of the year.
With all of that in mind, it seems likely that we'll be seeing the launch of the first ARM-based Mac on the 10th of November, coupled with an official release date for macOS Big Sur, which has also been in beta for quite some time now.
KitGuru Says: It will be interesting to see what the first ARM-based Macs are capable of and the general thoughts and impressions of them. Are any of you currently running a Mac system?