Apple’s third product occasion in three months could also be across the nook

Apple's third product event in 3 months may be around the corner

Apple isn’t executed unveiling new devices this fall.

Regardless of staging a keynote occasion for the iPad and Apple Watch in September and one other one for the iPhone this week, the tech large is reportedly gearing up for a 3rd occasion subsequent month to announce speedy new computer systems.

Famous Apple leaker Jon Prosser reports that the Cupertino, Calif.-based firm is planning the occasion for Nov. 17, the place it’s going to reveal its first Mac computer systems designed with its new Apple-designed primary processors primarily based on the chips it makes use of in its iPhones and iPads.

Apple in June confirmed its long-anticipated breakup with Intel, ending a 15-year tie-up with the enormous chipmaker in favor of utilizing its personal silicon.

Apple stated that its new processors carry out higher than Intel’s chips, and can enable future computer systems to be each sooner and extra power environment friendly.

The brand new chips will give software program builders who make apps for the iPhone and iPad new entry to its laptops and desktop for the primary time. Apple software program chief Craig Federighi stated in June that for these choices, “most apps will simply work, with no modifications from the developer” on the brand new Macs.

Intel will nonetheless have some presence in Apple computer systems, nonetheless, with CEO Tim Prepare dinner saying that there are nonetheless a couple of computer systems with Intel chips coming down the pike that he was “actually excited” about, and stated that Apple will proceed to offer software program updates for Macs with intel chips for “years to come back.”

The complete transition to do-it-yourself silicon will take two years, Prepare dinner has stated, however will start subsequent month.


Judy Salley

Judy Salley writes for the Sports, Technology and Casino section of KYR News

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Judy Salley writes for the Sports, Technology and Casino section of KYR News

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