Apple hosted its last event in September and over a month later, it is ready to host a new event on October 30, dubbed as ‘Scary Fast’. At the event, Apple is expected to launch its new Macs including ones updated with the new M3 chip. However, nothing has been officially confirmed by the brand.
Apple announced the event on it’s own website, scheduled to take place on October 30 at 5:30 AM IST. It’s confirmed that the event will showcase the new Macs considering the Apple logo transforms into the Finder logo on its website, which happens to be the default file manager on all Mac systems.
A report from this past week already told us that the new Macs are coming by the end of this month. The report further claimed that the brand would refresh the 24-inch model of the iMac which currently runs on M1 chip. It is unknown whether it would be updated with the existing M2 processors or the yet-to-debut M3 chips.
There’s also a rumour floating around that claims that Apple could also be launching new MacBooks at the event, again with updated hardware. However, as we mentioned, all of these are rumours and are to be taken with a pinch of salt and we would only know what’s actually official on the date when Apple’ Scary Fast event goes live.
Meanwhile, Apple’s recent launches include the new USB-C Apple Pencil which brings pixel-perfect accuracy, low latency, and tilt sensitivity. When used with M2 models of iPad Pro, the new Apple Pencil supports hover, allowing users to sketch and illustrate with even greater precision.
There’s a sliding cap that reveals a USB-C port, through which users can use a USB-C cable to connect to the new Apple Pencil for pairing and charging. When magnetically attached to iPad, the new Apple Pencil enters into a sleep state to preserve battery life.