KEY POINTS

  • Apple has already unveiled many devices within the past two months
  • A leaker said Apple may hold another event next month
  • Devices expected to be revealed include a Mac with Apple silicon, AirTags and AirPods Studio

Apple has already hosted two events in the past couple of months, launching the new Apple Watch models, iPad Air with A14 Bionic, iPhone 12 and HomePod mini. However, Apple is expected to unveil more devices this year, possibly during an event that may be held in November.

Although its latest event was held very recently and it hasn't sent out invitations for a new event yet, reports are already talking about what Apple has in store for all its fans.

Here's a quick look at what Apple might unveil during its rumored November event:

Mac with Apple silicon

Prominent leaker Jon Prosser — a tipster with 85.5% accuracy in terms of Apple leaks and rumors, according to AppleTrack — said the upcoming event will be held on Nov. 17. He mentioned that this is a “November ARM Mac event,” indicating that a new Mac featuring Apple's in-house silicon will be announced.

AirTags

Those who find Apple's Find My app particularly useful will be glad to know that the company might announce the new AirTags in the upcoming event. The device is the Cupertino tech giant's answer to the Tile tracker and will allow users to locate any item they are attached to.

Prosser recently said the AirTags are already done and are only waiting to be unveiled to the world. He added that the device will be arriving alongside iOS 14.3, which is scheduled to be released next month.

AirPods Studio

Fans are looking forward to the release of Apple's first premium pair of over-ear headphones called the AirPods Studio.

Fans expected the Cupertino tech giant to unveil this device earlier, but a “major hiccup” in production caused it to be delayed for some time. Prosser noted that the device might not be released until December.

That said, it is possible that Apple will announce the new audio accessory in November, then start shipping units to customers the following month. The company, however, may also decide to push its release date further to March 2021, Prosser added.

In this photo released by Apple, Apple CEO Tim Cook holds up the all-new iPhone 12 Pro during an Apple event at Apple Park in Cupertino, California on October 13, 2020 In this photo released by Apple, Apple CEO Tim Cook holds up the all-new iPhone 12 Pro during an Apple event at Apple Park in Cupertino, California on October 13, 2020 Photo: Apple Inc. / Brooks KRAFT