Apple likely to announce new Macs with custom silicon on its next scheduled event on November 10

Apple on Monday announced its third media event in as many months, inviting interested parties to tune in for an online presentation next week on November 10. There has been a rumor that during the upcoming event, Apple will be announcing that they will be transitioning to the next wave which is custom silicon.

Back in June during its WWDC keynote, Apple said it would begin the switch from Intel hardware to custom Apple silicon later this year.

With two events already in the books – one in September that focused on new Apple Watches and an updated iPad, and another in October that highlighted the iPhone 12 family – the Mac is really the only major product line that Apple has left to update.

Next week, we might see several other devices crack attention, not outside the realm of possibility, but if equipment such as the rumored AirPods Studio headphones or AirTags materializes, they would probably be in addition to news about Arm-based Macs. Neither seems effective enough to involve an event to expose their own product. Meanwhile, Arm is in the process of being acquired by Nvidia, the GPU manufacturer.

The “One More Thing” event for Apple is expected to be streamed over the Internet on November 10 at 10 a.m. pacific