Apple’s Scary Fast event is scheduled to begin on October 30 at 5:00 PM PT or October 31 at 7:00 AM in Thailand, and is expected to be an event to showcase new products photographed by Apple, which have already been pre-manufactured. As for what will be new, MacRumors has already summarized it.
The new MacBook Pro is expected to be a highlight at the Scary Fast event, even though the current model is on the market and was scheduled to launch earlier this year. It comes with M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets, while the new MacBook Pro is believed to come with M3 Pro and M3 Max chipsets.
The M3 Pro is expected to come with a 12-core CPU and 18-core GPU as default options. Which can be upgraded to 14 cores and 20 cores respectively
The M3 Max is claimed to come with a 16-core CPU and 32-core GPU as default options. Which can upgrade the GPU to 40 cores
The new MacBook Pro, which will be launched soon, will be available in two sizes: 14-inch and 16-inch, with a 13-inch model that Bloomberg correspondent Mark Gurman reported will be launched at a later date.
The new MacBook Pro is also rumored to have a new Mini LED display, which could help better conserve battery power.
The current 24-inch iMac will launch in 2021 and is the only Mac on Apple’s shelves still using the M1 chip, so the new iMac is expected to be upgraded with an M3 chip (jumping over the M2 chip).
The new iMac still has a 24-inch display, but it features a new internal stand design. Therefore, some of the interior components have been changed, according to Mark Gurman, and the colors will remain bright but will use the same color tones as they are today.
In addition, the upcoming 24-inch iMac should upgrade the wireless system with Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3 standards.
Apple is reportedly upgrading Mac accessories by converting the Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, and Magic Keyboard from Lightning to USB-C.
Apple will stream the Scary Fast event live on its website. Apple.com Or through the Apple TV app. Another easier channel is YouTube, where you can now tap to receive notifications
source – MacRumors
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