Report Confirms Apple Will Unveil ‘New Macs’ on October 27

Apple will introduce new Macs at an event on October 27, reports Recode. Citing sources familiar with the company’s plans, the outlet says that the event will likely take place at or near Apple’s Cupertino campus, rather than its typical venue in San Francisco.

 Apple will unveil “new Macs,” and the event will be held “at or near” Apple’s Cupertino-based quarters. No San Francisco event this time around, apparently.

If this report is true, then it stands to reason that Apple will send out invites as early as tomorrow. October 27, at the time of publication, is one week and two days away, so one would consider this Thursday being the latest invites would be sent out.
Apple is planning to introduce new Macs at an Oct. 27 event, sources confirmed to Recode. The move had long been expected, given that the company released MacOS Sierra last month but had yet to introduce any new computer models sporting the software. It also comes just in time for Apple to have the new products on sale for the full holiday season.
An earlier story from today suggested that Apple did indeed plan on launching new Macs by the end of this year, detailing that the upgraded MacBook Pro line would be ditching USB-A ports for all USB Type-C ports. Of course, the new MacBook Pro lineup is also believed to feature an OLED touch bar above the keyboard. The 11-inch MacBook Air is also rumored to be getting phased out entirely.


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