These are the features Apple should finally include in its new Mac hardware, which might be announced during the company’s “One More Thing” event on Nov. 10.
In a last-minute invitation, Apple has scheduled an event for Nov. 10, 2020. Pro users are most interested in the possibility of Apple unveiling the new Mac hardware that was announced during WWDC’20; the Macs are expected to be the first devices utilizing Apple’s custom silicon-on-a-chip (SoC). It’s also expected that Apple will make macOS Big Sur available to the masses.
It is rumored that Apple will have a new Mac mini ready for the fourth quarter of 2020, and some signs point to the company also releasing a laptop in its MacBook lineup and perhaps even a new iMac–the rest of its offerings would transition to the new hardware over the course of its two-year roadmap.
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With the success of the iPhone and iPad already using Apple’s SoC designs (and pushing the performance barrier) while keeping devices lightweight and energy efficient, the new Macs are believed to offer an initial computing experience that rivals