It has been largely rumored that Apple will be hosting an event this month in which the company will officially introduce the world to its first Apple Silicon powered computers. This isn’t that much of a stretch to think that it’s true because Apple did previously confirm that they will be launching the computers by the end of the year.

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Now it looks like the rumors are right on the money as Apple has since confirmed that they will be hosting an event for the 10th of November. The company doesn’t actually say what will be launched at the event, with the tagline reading, “One more thing”, which for those unfamiliar, is a famous line uttered by Apple’s former CEO Steve Jobs right before he unveiled the iPhone.

It’s also safe to assume that the event will most likely revolve around the new Apple Silicon Mac computers as the company has pretty much announced everything else already. It is possible that the event could also see Apple finally unveil the rumored AirTags accessory, and also maybe new Intel-based Mac refreshes.

Either way, we should know pretty much so do check back with us next week if you’d like all the details about Apple’s event.

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