Hold on to your hats, Apple enthusiasts! The tech giant is set to host a “Scary Fast” event on October 30th, just in time for Halloween. The digital event, scheduled for 8PM ET / 5PM PT, is poised to showcase noteworthy updates, especially in the Mac category.
Event teasers from Apple are always intriguing, and this one's no different. The company's event page displays the Apple logo eerily transitioning into the Finder icon, an unmistakable hint towards upcoming Mac products. Industry whispers had already hinted at a potential “Mac-centered product launch,” and this clue all but confirms those rumors.
From what the grapevine suggests, we could witness the unveiling of:
- A 24-inch iMac Refresh: A successor to the current lineup, this would bring the latest tech and design updates to the popular desktop range.
- New MacBook Pro Models: With reported stock shortages for the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros and the iMac, we're possibly on the brink of seeing revamped models.
- Apple's M3 Chip: Speculations are rife about new computers powered by Apple's M3 chip, which promises blazing speeds, aligning perfectly with the event's "Scary Fast" moniker.
While October has traditionally been the month where Apple showcases its iPad innovations, renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that iPad aficionados might have to wait till next year for fresh updates.
It's noteworthy to mention that Apple's recent "Wonderlust" event in September was a grand affair. It introduced the world to the iPhone 15 series, Apple Watch updates, and the USB-C-charged AirPods Pro. An economical USB-C-compatible Apple Pencil also made its debut recently.
Anticipation is mounting, and with Apple's event being just around the corner, fans worldwide are eager to see what innovative marvels Apple has in store this time.