Apple will hold Scary Fast its second fall event online in 2023 on Monday, October 30 at 5:00 PM Pacific Time, the company revealed today. The Mac will be the focus of Apple’s onset in October, and Apple will update several Mac models. The Mac-centric nature of the event is confirmed by the Apple Events website, which has an Apple logo on a black backdrop that changes into the Mac Finder symbol.
This October’s event, like earlier ones, will be taped and entirely online, with no in-person components.
Although recent Mac rumors have been perplexing, there are a number of options. Given that the 24-inch iMac still uses an M1 Apple silicon processor, we could see an updated model of that computer. The 13-inch, 14-inch, and 16-inch MacBook Pros could get new CPUs, but Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has warned not to anticipate a MacBook Air revamp.
Although it’s unclear whether the refresh would emphasize new M3-series processors, the iMac and MacBook Pro models may embrace the 3-nanometer M3 chip range depending on what else is being updated.
This is one of the most intriguing events we’ve had given the confusion surrounding the Mac lineup, though we’ll probably learn more as October 30 draws closer.