Apple is reportedly planning to host another of its launch event soon, on November 17. This would be the third launch event from Apple in a span of three months. Apple is finally planning to launch its own line-up of computer processes, Apple plans on ditching Intel and going solo. The Macs powered by the Apple ARM Silicon chipset would be the main attraction of the Apple event could be Apple’s first. Apple confirmed that it will be transitioning from Intel chips that currently power all Mac machines to its Silicon chipset, back at WWDC, in June 2020 . But it doesn’t just stop there, Apple is reportedly also planning to launch the rumored AirPods Studio over-ear headphones in Q1 of 2021.
What to expect from Apple’s November event?
Insider John Prosser estimates that the launch of Apple Silicon chipset could occur as early as November 17. This new leak is in line with Tim Cook (CEO of Apple) promising at WWDC 2020, that the Mac line-up powered by their Silicon chipset would launch in Q4 of 2020. Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo has anticipated that the primary machine to run on the new ARM based Silicon chipset could be the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and the new iMac. Kuo has additionally said that apple plans to run all of its new macOS products on Silicon chipset by 2021. During Apple’s filing with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), indicating an upcoming launch Some unreleased MacBook’s model numbers leaked. Kuo later added that an ARM powered MacBook Air would be due next year.
Apple’s 2021 launches (tipped).
John Prosser claims that Apple will confirm both of its events exactly one week before their planned dates. According to Prosser Apple’s chipset could launch on November 17,2020, and the AirTags and AirPods Studio four months later on March 17,2021. Prosser has tipped a couple of AirPods Studio desired features in a tweet last month, alongside an alleged high-quality render. He claims that AirPods Studio (codename B515), will be made in high quality leather and metal, have magnetic earcups that automatically identifies right and left ears (reversible with no L/R marking). AirPods Studio will also be USB Type-C compatible. Apple products wont have a 3.5mm headphone jack anymore. A recent report had proposed that the Apple’s AirPods Studio would also get head and neck detection. The reports also suggest active noise cancelation and custom equalizer settings.
The AirPods Studio were prior expected to launch alongside iPhone 12 line-up at Apple’s ‘HI-SPEED’ event on October 14.
Recent reports suggest that AirTags will be much like a keychain with a Bluetooth tracker on board. AirTags look a tad bigger than a bottle cap in the leaked renders.
Apple’s all new iPhone 12 line-up launched with four variants and the dates for pre-order are already out for India. Apple will introduce first ARM based Macs, on November 17.