Apple Announces Special Event on October 30th: “Scarily Fast”

Apple has announced a special virtual event that will take place later this month. The event, which is expected to be dedicated to the introduction of new Mac computers, will take place on Monday, October 30. This will be a virtual event that will be streamed via Apple's website on Spooky Halloween Eve at 5:00 pm ET. Pacific Time/8:00 p.m. THIS.

Apple October event: & #8216;Terribly fast’

Unlike several past Apple events, the event “Scarily fast” The event will be held entirely virtually. There is no personal component for members of the press. Anyone can tune in to the live stream via the Apple website, YouTube, and the Apple TV app.

This will also mark Apple's first nighttime event, taking place at 5 p.m. Pacific Time/8:00 p.m. THIS. In the past, Apple events have typically been held at much more reasonable times: 10am PT/1pm PT. THIS.

Apple's October event is expected to be dedicated to introducing new Mac computers. The company is rumored to be developing a new iMac and possible upgrades for the MacBook Pro.

The Apple Events website has an animated version of the invitation that turns the Apple logo into a creepy Finder-style face. A clear hint at the new Macs, as if there were any doubts.

One of the unresolved questions is whether Apple is ready to introduce its next-generation M3 chip. It is possible that the new iMac will be equipped with the M2 chip, which was first introduced at WWDC 2022. “Scarily fast”; The tagline, however, seems to imply that more dramatic updates are coming.

Apple introduced the current iMac M1 back in April 2021 with the M1 chip. It featured an all-new ultra-thin design and was available in a variety of unique colors. However, the 24-inch iMac has not been updated since then.

In January, Apple held a virtual event of sorts to announce the updated 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro with M2 chips. This “event” was not announced in advance, but instead appeared in the form of press releases on Apple's website and a video posted (not live-streamed) on YouTube.

What do you think Apple has in store for the “Spooky fast” presentation on October 30? event? Could the company have any surprises in store? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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