More than a month after the launche of the iPhone 15 lineup during its Wonderlust event, Apple is gearing up for its second fall event.
What 'Scary Fast' means?
The upcoming event was announced with an tagline, 'Scary Fast'. While the word 'scary' refers to Halloween on October 31, when the event is scheduled, the second word is rumoured to be a reference to Apple's next-generation silicon chip, M3.
The Apple logo on the offical website's events page transforms into the 'Finder' icon in the MacOS, which means we can expect launch of Mac devices. The Finder icon with black background also resembles a spooky Halloween pumpkin.
What to expect?
This has raised speculations that the Cupertino giant will launch its new iMac, Apple's desktop computers, with the new powerful M3 chipset amid dwindling sales this year. The current iMac is loaded with M1 chip and has not been upgraded for the past two years.
Apple is also rumored to introduce its new MacBook Pros with the M3 Pro and M3 Max chips.
When will the event happen? How to watch it?
The upcoming event, which is scheduled for October 31 at 5.30am IST (October 30 at 8pm ET/5pm PT), will be accessible via a pre-recorded video with no press in attendance. Interestingly, the event is also scheduled later than previous Apple events. You can watch the event on the Apple Events page in Apple.com or the Apple TV app.
What not to expect?
Next-generation MacBook Air models with M3 chips are also in the works. But Apple fans have to wait until early 2024 for its launch. The new iPad models including the iPad mini and iPad Air will also be launched only next year.