While Macs aren't yet equipped with touchscreens or Pencil compatibility, the new M1 processor blows away Intel processors in a new Mac mini, MacBook Pro 13-inch and a brand new and completely fanless MacBook Air, while macOS 11 Big Sur arrives this week, too!
Once again, Apple has showcased a range of great new technologies in an incredibly professionally produced video presentation that showcases two new iPads, two new Apple Watches, a new Fitness+ service, the Apple One bundles, the new A14 Bionic processor and from tomorrow, the new iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14.
In the US, Apple's event starts at 10am PDT on Tuesday, September 15, but to see Apple's news live in Australia on its highly rumoured two new Apple Watches, two new iPads and its Apple One bundle, it's another very early morning Wednesday start.
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