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Apple’s Upcoming ‘Scary Fast’ Event: Catch the Deets & Stream

Hey there, tech enthusiasts! 🚀 Apple’s got something brewing for us this October 30th, and the buzz is all about new iMacs, the M3 chip, and possibly some slick MacBook Pros. Let’s dive into the deets.

Apple’s got this online launch party set for the end of October, dubbing it the “Scary Fast” event. Spooky season vibes? Check. And if you’ve seen their YouTube teaser, you know they’re asking us to “Treat ourselves.” 😉

That animated Apple logo morphing into the Finder icon on their event site? Pretty much screams new Macs. And “scary fast”? We’re hoping for a reveal of the M3 processors. The real question: Will these beat Qualcomm’s M2-rivaling X Elite chips? Guess we’ll find out soon.

When’s the Party Starting?

Lock in your calendars for 8PM ET / 5PM PT, October 30th, 2023. Yep, Apple’s going nocturnal with an evening stream. Pretty unconventional for them, right?

Streaming 101

Apple’s got you with livestream access via their main site and YouTube. If you’ve got an Apple TV, head to the Apple Event category in the TV app.

Spec Rundown

  1. M3’s Grand Entrance: Apple’s likely moving from the M2 to introduce the M3 chips. Word on the street is they’re using TSMC’s 3nm process – same tech in the iPhone 15 Pro’s A17 Pro chips. Expect faster and more efficient vibes compared to the 5nm M2s.
  2. iMac’s M3 Debut: Been a while since that M1 iMac in 2021, right? Rumor mill’s spinning about a 24-inch M3-powered iMac. Design-wise, we’re probably looking at the same sleek exterior.
  3. MacBook Pros with M3: Even though Apple just refreshed their 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, stocks are running low. Could this mean an M3 update? Potential M3 Pro and M3 Max versions are in the whispers.
  4. More Tech Goodies? Some rumors hint at 13-inch MacBook Pros or MacBook Airs. And let’s be real, if there’s a new iMac, we’re totally eyeing potential upgrades to the Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse, and Magic Trackpad.

While some were hoping for iPad updates, given Apple’s recent standalone Pencil release, we might be waiting till 2023. And for those holding out for a 32-inch iMac, OLED MacBook Pro, or a revamped iPad Pro, might wanna temper those expectations for a bit.

There you have it! Let’s see what Apple drops. Stay plugged in! 🔌🍎

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