As anticipated by Mark Gurman in the last few days, the month of October will end with an Apple event. The Cupertino giant has officially announced the appointment set for Monday October 30th. Playing with the imminent Halloweenthe event is titled Scary Fast and it will be completely focused on the Mac. Yes, but which one? According to the latest rumors, the new 24-inch iMac with M3 chip (hopefully).
“Scary Fast” is Apple’s October event: the new iMac is around the corner
Unlike previous ones, the Scary Fast event will be completely “virtual”. In fact, the presence of neither the press nor the many well-known faces from the web who are usually invited to Cupertino is expected (as in the case of the September event dedicated to the new iPhones). The keynote will still be visible in diretta streaming on the Apple website, via the Apple TV app and on the US company’s YouTube channel.
There is no doubt that Tim Cook and company will present on October 30th new Macs. The main suspect is the 24″ iMac with processore M3 (chip not yet announced), but possible updates for the MacBook Pro cannot be ruled out. The artwork visible on Apple’s website sweeps away any uncertainty. The company logo is in fact transformed into a ghostly version (another reference to Halloween) of theFinder icon of macOS.
There is now less than a week left until the “Scary Fast” event but it is likely that in the next few days the usual names – Mark Gurman and Ming-Chi Kuo above all – will share Additional Information on the news that the Californian giant plans to present soon.