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Details of the Apple’s “Scary Fast” Event

  • The “Scary Fast” event, which has a Halloween theme, is scheduled for today.
  • The larger iMac Pro model is anticipated to hit stores in late 2024 or early 2025.
  • It will be live-streamed on Apple’s official website starting on October 30 at 5 p.m.

The second Apple event of the year has been announced. The “Scary Fast” event, which has a Halloween theme, is scheduled for today. It is anticipated that Apple will launch a significant line of Mac products, possibly including new MacBooks and iMacs, even though the company has not released any details about the event.

TechCrunch claims that in addition to the obvious Halloween allusion, “Scary Fast” is most likely a reference to new chips. Given the silver Apple logo and the augmented reality effect that transforms it into a Finder widget, it appears extremely likely that the tech giant will announce new Macs based on the event invite.

Scary Fast

At its next event, Apple is scheduled to reveal a redesigned 24-inch iMac; the larger iMac Pro model is anticipated to hit stores in late 2024 or early 2025. Additionally, the company is anticipated to introduce the M3, a next-generation silicon chip that may contribute to a rise in Mac sales.

This year’s lower demand, excess inventory, and a worsening macroeconomic climate have all contributed to the decline in sales. A Mac mini, the first 15-inch MacBook Air and Mac Studio models, MacBook Pros with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, and other models have been released by Apple. ‘Scary Fast’ is also anticipated to feature the company’s transition to a USB-C universal charging system.

The event is not permitted to be attended in person; instead, it will be live-streamed on Apple’s official website starting on October 30 at 5 p.m. Pacific Time.

The Apple TV app and the company’s official YouTube channel will also offer the live stream. The iPhone 15 series and Apple Watch Series 9 were unveiled at Apple’s Wonderlust event recently.

The USB-C charging port was also unveiled, marking the end of the company’s use of the conventional Lightning cable. Starting at ₹ 79,900 for the iPhone 15 with 128GB of base storage and ₹ 89,900 for the iPhone 15 Plus.

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