Apple Event Highlights: Apple hosted yet another launch event today making it the company's third event in the last three months. While the October event was all about the Apple iPhone 12 series, this one was all about the much-awaited Apple silicon-powered Macs. Here's everything you need to know.
Apple first announced their plans of ditching Intel for their own ARM-based CPUs on the Macs back at the WWDC event. Currently, Apple makes its own chipsets for the iPhones and iPad but now we will also see the company's own chipsets on the Mac lineup as well. The new Apple M1 chip will be initially available on the new MacBook Air, the MacBook Pro 13-inch and the Mac Mini.
Besides the new Macs, people were expecting the new AirTags as well as AirPods Studio from Apple but they did not make the cut this time around. However, the company did announce the release date of the new macOS Big Sur update.