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Apple Event: We expect that and so you can follow it

Apple event
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It's Event Day! Today is the fourth and final Apple event of the year. Most likely we will be the first Macs there with the new one Apple silicon see. And as with every other event this year, you can be there live.

After many years of running Macs with an IntelProzessor have been released, Apple announced a switch to in-house at WWDC 2020 Processors on. So far, people have only spoken of “Apple Silicon”, but the chips will most likely be based on those of the iPhones and iPads in terms of name and technology.

The manufacturer hasprothat the first models with the new processing unit will be presented this year. Since December events are unusual for the corporation, we'll almost certainly see the new computers today. Also, a release date for Big Sur macOS expected, which is currently still in beta.

Apple event: so you can follow it

Due to the pandemic, this keynote will also be oneproact produced film. As usual, this will be on the Apple homepage broadcast. Apple also set up a live stream on YouTube (embedded in the post image). Apple TV users can also watch the event in the TV app. Start is at 19 p.m. And like the last few times, be here on TechnikNews the reports on all innovations appear promptly.

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