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Special Event of Apple 'One More Thing' today; Watch it here..

Apart from MacBook, AirTags can also be launched in this event. According to a report by Bloomberg, a new 13 and 16 inch MacBook Pro can be launched at this event.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 10 Nov 2020 7:12 AM GMT

Special Event of Apple One More Thing today; Watch it here..
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Technology giant Apple is going to organize an event today i.e. on 10 November. This event of Apple has been given 'One More Thing'. All kinds of news are coming about this event. It is said that Apple's 'One More Thing' event will launch a new MacBook with inhouse chipset.

MacBook with inhouse chipset:

Let us tell you that at the beginning of the year 2020, at WWDC 2020, Apple said goodbye to Intel's chip, although no product of Apple has been launched with the inhouse chip yet.

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Online event of Apple:

Apple's One More Thing event will be held tonight at 11.30. The event will be held online and can be broadcast on Apple's official website, Apple TV and Apple's YouTube channel. According to the report, Apple will launch a new MacBook with ARM silicon chip at this event.

Apart from MacBook, AirTags can also be launched in this event. According to a report by Bloomberg, a new 13 and 16 inch MacBook Pro can be launched at this event. Also, the 13-inch MacBook Air is also reported to be launched.

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Another report claimed that Apple is producing 2.5 million new MacBooks. All of these will go on the market in early 2021 with the MacBook Inhouse chipset. It is being said that these MacBooks are being produced in China.

It is not that Apple is using One More Thing TAG for an event. Apple has been using this one liner for a long time. Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs used One More Thing exclusively. One more Thing often said before launching a product in Steve Jobs Keynote. Earlier in the year 2017, Apple used One More Thing in the launch of iPhone X.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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