Apple today has announced ‘Scary Fast’ Event which will be held on Monday, October 30 5pm PT. Apple Events are usually held around noon so having this event at 5pm PT is unusual. The event will be held online and will be prerecorded like previous Apple events throughout the last couple of years. It is also noted that there is no in-person component to the event like last month’s Apple Event where selected media were invited to Apple Park to watch the event.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the company is expected to announce new MacBook Pro’s with M3 Pro, M3 Max, and M3 Ultra chips. The M3 Ultra chip is expected to have a 32-core CPU and up to an 80-core GPU. On Apple’s event page, it shows an animation of an Apple logo turning into a Finder icon confirming that new Mac’s will indeed be announced next week.
WOAH! The new #appleevent2023 logo transforms into a classic Mac logo!
And they say Event Invites don't hint at anything significant.. This is gonna blow my mind!
M3 Pro & Max MBPs (Gurman leak)
M3 chip? pic.twitter.com/WAPsw8rdSu
— Vadim Yuryev (@VadimYuryev) October 24, 2023
In addition, it is possible we could see other updates to Mac lineup such as an iMac Pro.
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