Earlier today, Apple pushed out its invites for its “Scary fast” event, and to promote that event for next week, the event’s hashmoji has now been live whenever a user posts on X (formerly Twitter) with the hashtag #AppleEvent. Just like with previous Apple’s hashmojis, this hashmoji is based on the animated Apple logo from the “Scary fast” event page.
The #AppleEvent hashmoji is live
— Hashmojis (@hashmojis) October 25, 2023
If you go to that page, you’ll see a glowing Apple logo that transforms into a spooky Finder icon, which indicates that we’ll likely see new Mac models next week. If we look closely at that page, the dark background and the glowing outlines from the animation could possibly indicate that Apple will announce the higher-end MacBook Pros with the next-generation M3 Pro/Max chips that will pioneer hardware-accelerated ray tracing on a laptop, similar to how the A17 Pro pioneered that technology for the iPhone 15 Pro models.
Apple usually holds its media events around the October/November timeframe to announce new Macs, and with the dwindling supply and delayed shipping times for the iMac and MacBook Pro, Apple could possibly update those machines in time for the holiday season.
Apple’s “Scary fast” event will kick off on October 30 at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, and this event will be entirely online and prerecorded. Note that this event will happen later than the usual 10 a.m. PT schedule for Apple’s previous events, so make sure you use a time zone converter and mark your calendars for another event that you don’t want to miss.
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