Apple’s next event is right around the corner, and it’s one you won’t want to miss if you’re a fan of the Mac. The “Unleashed” keynote is expected to bring a number of new Apple machines — all powered by an even faster “M1X” chip.
Just like recent Apple keynotes, this one will be streamed online, so you’ll be able to watch it in its entirety as it all unfolds. We’ll show you how.
‘Big things’ coming at Unleashed event
Apple this week teased “big things are coming” at its Unleashed event. And according to recent rumors, it won’t disappoint. The keynote is expected to be filled with big Mac news, and could also bring some other surprises.
We’re expected a much-anticipated refresh for both the 13- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, which are tipped to get faster Apple Silicon chips. We could also see a Mac mini upgrade that brings the same chipset.
Apple’s “big things” teaser could point to an Apple Silicon refresh for the larger iMac. A 24-inch model is already available with an M1 chip, but the 27-inch alternative, last refreshed in 2017, is still powered by Intel processors.
On top of all that, we expect Apple to provide us with a public release date for macOS Monterey — and it could finally deliver a long-awaited AirPods 3 upgrade with a revamped design and improved features.
How to watch Apple’s Unleashed event
Don’t want to miss it? Well, you don’t have to. Apple’s Unleashed event will be streamed online so that everyone can enjoy it live.
The keynote kicks off at 10 a.m. PDT, 1 p.m. EDT, or 6 p.m. BST on Monday, October 18. You can watch it on Apple’s website, on Apple TV, or on YouTube:
If you’re watching on Apple’s website, there’s a link to add the event to your calendar so you don’t forget it. If you’re watching on YouTube, click the set reminder button in the video above to get a notification when it starts.
Stay tuned to Cult of Mac
Don’t worry if you’re not around to watch the Unleashed event live; it will be available to rewatch later — both on Apple’s website and on YouTube. And we’ll be covering all the news as it breaks right here on Cult of Mac.