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Apple: Last event this year on November 10th

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As announced at WWDC, Apple will announce the first Macs with the Apple Silicon later this year. That will probably take place on November 10th.

It was already clear at the October event that there had to be an Apple event this year. At the WWDC, Apple promised that we will see the first Apple Silicon Macs this year. Since this has not yet been the case, it will probably happen at the just announced event on November 10th. Like the last time, this starts at 19 p.m. You can follow the broadcast on YouTube and on the Event homepage of the manufacturer itself.

In addition to the first Macs, we will probably also have a release date for Big Sur macOS Experienced. The new version was also presented at WWDC and is only available as a beta so far. We will definitely report back on all the news as soon as possible.

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