‘Scary Fast’ is the name of Apple’s October Mac event
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‘Scary Fast’ is the name of Apple’s October Mac event

Apple has made an official announcement regarding its upcoming October event, which will be centered around its Mac products. The event, aptly named “Scary Fast,” is scheduled for Monday, October 30th, at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.

Apple fans had been buzzing with rumors about a Mac-centric event in late October, and those rumors have now been validated. While specific event details are scarce, an intriguing clue has surfaced. The logo on the Apple Event website undergoes a subtle and somewhat eerie transformation into what resembles the face of the Mac’s Finder Icon. This cryptic visual cue strongly suggests that the event’s primary focus will be on Mac-related announcements.

The event’s name, “Scary Fast,” may hold some clues regarding the anticipated Mac upgrades. Notably, Bloomberg’s trusted Apple insider, Mark Gurman, has hinted at potential improvements to the MacBook Pros, potentially involving new chips. This move could lead to significant performance enhancements, making the MacBook Pros faster and more capable. Furthermore, Gurman’s reports also suggest that the October event might unveil a fresh iteration of the iMac, adding to the excitement and anticipation surrounding Apple’s forthcoming announcements.

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While we don’t know exactly what changes are coming, we won’t have to wait for long.

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