At midnight, Apple introduces the new M3 chips and the first MacBooks to carry them. Here’s how to follow the keyword live and also what we can expect to see there.
We’re almost there: Apple’s keynote to introduce the brand’s M3 chips and the MacBooks that will feature them will be held in just a few hours. Here’s how to watch the conference live… although we must warn you that the schedule is far from ideal if you’re in France.
How to follow Apple (M3 and MacBook) keynote live
Apple has arranged to meet on October 31 at 1 a.m. (Paris time) to deliver her keynote
. To avoid any misunderstandings, please clarify that this is a midnight conference from the 30th to the 31st for us Europeans.
If you have the motivation, courage and energy to pursue this keyword” Terribly fast » Designed for MacBook and M3 chipsets, so just play the YouTube video below when the time comes.
Also note that you will also be able to follow our comments directly from the article you are currently viewing. We’ll already be on deck, though at night, to experience this keynote with you. we believe! So feel free to refresh this page during the Apple event.
Meanwhile, Tim Cook is teasing the event a bit by sharing a photo of Apple Park on social networks. In particular, he mentions “Something special tonight. No tricks, just treatsThis is clearly a reference to Halloween.
What to expect from the keyword
During this keynote, it is clear that we are waiting for many technical details about the Apple M3, M3 Pro and M3 Max chipsets. The latter in particular should take your breath away in terms of power. In particular, it is rumored that we will find a CPU with 16 cores (12 high-performance cores and 4 energy-efficient cores) and a GPU consisting of 32 to 40 cores.
In the process, we should see the first products taking advantage of the mentioned chips. A new MacBook Pro could be in the program while it is hoped the iMac will also be revamped given it is the last product still based on the Apple M1. But it is also possible that the company will wait until 2024 for this device. As for the MacBook Air, it seems unlikely that a new model will be introduced tonight.