Apple is capping off 2020 with yet another event. The company (AAPL) has announced that it will be holding a "special" November showcase that many are speculating will include the launch of new Mac computers.

The event is slated to take place on Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST and will be live-streamed from Apple’s Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California.

"One More Thing" can be watched live on the Apple Events website on a Mac, iPhone, iPad, PC, or any device that has a web browser. Apple also will be streaming the get-together on YouTube. Here, viewers can set a reminder to watch the event or click the link as the event occurs.

It's expected that those who have Apple TV also will be able to live-stream the announcement. Apple TV subscribers will need to search for the event in order to tune in.

In anticipation of the event, Apple is allowing attendees to add the event to their calendars so they don’t miss a moment of the unveilings. Clicking the link on Apple's Events page will embed a link to the event right into a calendar reminder that will allow viewers to know when to watch from their digital device.

Apple has not said what it is launching during the event, but after introducing new iPhone 12s, an Apple Watch, iPads, and the HomePod mini at previous events this year, it is thought that Silicon Macs will take center stage.

The Mac computers are anticipated to include Apple-developed chips instead of Intel processors. The Apple chips are currently used in iPhones and iPads.

Apple's November event marks its fourth in 2020.

The Apple Store logo is pictured here. AFP / Josh Edelson