And let’s go to the most unexpected Apple event of the year! 😃
next monday, October 30Apple will hold this special event “Scary fast” (“frighteningly fast”)Which has everything needed to deliver new Macs (14-inch and 16-inch iMacs and MacBooks Pro) with the “M3”, “M3 Pro” and “M3 Max” chipsets.
The keynote will start – online this time – at a very unusual time: 5pm local time in Cupertino, which is equivalent to… 9pm in Brasilia And the 0 h (from 31/10) in Lisbon.
However, we expect this to be a very subdued/substantive event – perhaps lasting about half an hour.
Obviously we will have Transmit the keyword via video stream.
It can be accompanied by either Via the company’s website (Requires at least an iPhone 7, 5th generation iPad, or 7th generation iPod touch with Safari on iOS 12 or later; a Mac with Safari on macOS Mojave 10.14 or later; or a computer Personal running Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge), Apple TV 2nd generation (or higher) with the latest version of the operating system, and a smart TV that supports AirPlay 2.
Again, Apple will do it too flow Via YouTube:
Alternatively, anyone who wants can download and follow along Unofficial app Apple events For MacOS – Developed by Brazilian Guilherme Rambaud – and also follow the transmission.
Once again, we’ll be covering the keynote live on YouTube. Follow this broadcast with Raphael Fishman that it Breno MassiStarting at approximately 8:45 PM (Brasilia time) or 11:45 PM (Lisbon time).
The idea here is to complement Apple’s official broadcast, with real-time translation and some live commentary, as well as interaction with everyone watching it on YouTube.
A special tab for MM Live (with video) will also appear in our app, shortly before and even after the event.
We don’t want floods Timetables Other people for nothing, so the idea is to just post a few key tweets throughout the event.
Obviously, while all of the above is happening in real time during Apple’s presentation, we will have a team working intensively on full, detailed articles about everything being announced and what else is happening on the day here on the site.
Although Apple’s keynotes themselves typically last between 1:30 and 2:00 (as we said above, we think this one will be different and faster), our coverage extends into the late evening and subsequent days — depending on the volume of news, it naturally.
We will record the 552nd edition of Mac Magazine On Air Exceptionally on Wednesday November 1starting at 7 pm.
You can watch the recording live on YouTube, or wait for the edited version, which will be released by Friday night (11/3).
Also, as always, we’ve created a ticket that you can put in the Wallet app (wallet) from your iPhone to be notified just before the special event starts.
Add it by clicking/tapping below:
in Mac Magazine
ticket for wallet
Requires iOS 6 or higher
Compatible with iPhone/iPod Touch
Or scan the following QR code using the Camera app (native for iOS):
So everyone is looking forward to the news?! 😉
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