How to watch Apple’s ‘One more thing’ event on November 10

Apple is about to host its fourth event of the year, ‘One more thing’ on November 10. Since it will be an online event, it will be streamed live for a global audience. Interested viewers can watch the event on Apple’s website, its YouTube channel and on Apple TV.

In which, Apple is expected to announce the first-generation Apple Silicon Mac. This announcement will be Apple’s third major product launch in three months. In September, the company announced its new Apple Watches, iPads, and the Apple Fitness Plus. Then in October, the company announced the brand new line-up of the iPhone 12 series and the HomePod Mini.

One more thing event

How to watch Apple’s ‘One more thing’ event on November 10

Though Cupertino tech giant has always live-streamed its events on its website, recently the company has started streaming them on its YouTube channel as well so that more people can watch them from the comfort of their home. Previously, users had to watch the live stream via Safari or use other workarounds to access an Apple event. However, with YouTube streaming available, that’s no longer the case.

Here are links to the live stream channels:

The event ‘One more thing‘ will begin on November 10 at 10 a.m PST. Check the below list for your local time:

  • November 10 at 10 a.m PST, 1 p.m EST, 6 p.m GMT
  • November 11 at 5 a.m AED

As usual, Apple has left the users a few hints to follow, such as the company’s trademark rainbow of colors shining behind a black Apple logo. The phrase ‘one more thing’ holds significant importance in the company’s history. Steve Jobs used the phrase to give surprise announcements at the end of presentations, including the Power Mac G4 Cube, MacBook Air, and iPod shuffle. 

Apple Silicon powered Mac

The Cupertino tech giant is expected to release its next-generation Macs which will be powered by the company’s own Apple Silicon chips for the first time at its upcoming ‘One more thing’ event. This will most likely change the decade-long partnership of Apple and Intel, whose chips powered the company’s desktop computers and laptops since 2006.

According to a few reports, the first models to get updates are the new 13-inch MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and 16-inch MacBook Pro, all carrying the company’s own Apple Silicon chip. The devices will not have many changes in design other than the upgraded chips, which will improve performance and battery life.

The event can be streamed from the company’s website or on its YouTube channel

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