Apple announces 'One More Thing' event for November 10

Apple announces ‘One More Thing’ event for November 10 that is set to unveil new Mac lineup powered by its first in-house processor Apple has set the date for its 'One More Thing event' on November 10 The event will be livestreamed from the firm's headquarters at 1pm ET It is expected to unveil Apple's first in-house processor that replaces Intel's This will be the first time in Mac's 36-year history that it has an Apple processor 

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Published: 19:03 GMT, 2 November 2020 | Updated: 19:03 GMT, 2 November 2020

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Apple has officially announced its upcoming November 10 event that is set to reveal the tech giant's first ARM-based Macs.

Called 'One More Thing,' the livestream kicks off at 1pm ET and is expected to highlight the firm's transition from Intel chips to Apple Silicon.

This marks the first time in the Mac's 36-year history that the line will be powered by an Apple-designed processor, which is said to offer more storage, higher bandwidth and consume less power.

Apple is expected to start shipping the first ARM Macs before the end of the year, with all of the devices boasting the new system within two years.

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Apple has officially announced its upcoming November 10 event that is set to reveal the tech giant's first ARM-based Macs. Called 'One More Thing,' the livestream kicks off at 1pm ET and is expected to highlight the firm's transition from Intel chips to Apple Silicon

Apple has officially announced its upcoming November 10 event that is set to reveal the tech giant's first ARM-based Macs. Called 'One More Thing,' the livestream kicks off at 1pm ET and is expected to highlight the firm's transition from Intel chips to Apple Silicon

The tech giant first announced the ARM chip at its June Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), calling it a 'historical' change to its Mac lineup that promises better performance, but less power consumption with the new in-house made chip.

The new processor is set to include a range of capabilities such as HDR display support, more storage, higher bandwidth and more. 

 Pro apps will also see an update to support Apple Silicon in macOS Big Sur.

Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of software engineering, said in June: 'The vast majority of developers can get their apps up and

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