Apple announced earlier this year that it would be introducing the in-house, Apple silicon in Macs. We heard the news but then the service went in beta for developers and there hasn’t been an update since. We have heard the news that the company would be announcing its first set of MacBooks this year and a lot of signs pointed it towards a November launch. Now, there are a bunch of other announcements left from the company that may be done so in a surprise November event as well. Perhaps, this is when we’ll see the new Macs as well.
— 9to5Mac.com (@9to5mac) October 16, 2020
According to this tweet from 9to5Mac, the company may introduce the new Macs in an event on the 17th of November. This date is just a month away (2020 finally moving way too fast). We get the original intel from Jon Prosser as well and his word is almost as good as a fact. His recent leaks and tweets have been quite an on-point, regarding everything Apple.
He claimed that they would probably include the base model simple MacBooks this time around and they would support massive battery gains. Not to mention, as compared to the other MacBooks from the past, there would be a performance boost as well. Now, we shall see how this would actually pan out. According to Prosser, Apple would announce the event a week before the event, around November 10.