Apple is hosting an event to unveil new Macs, including a potential update to the iMac and MacBook Pro.
Why it matters
The event is significant as it marks Apple's focus on its computer lineup and the introduction of new processors. It is highly anticipated by Apple enthusiasts and technology enthusiasts alike.
What the papers say
The Independent reports that the event will likely bring updates to the iMac and MacBook Pro, while Axios mentions the possibility of new Macs and chip updates. The South China Morning Post highlights the potential for a new iMac and MacBook Pro, as well as the use of Apple's own processors. The Verge speculates on the announcement of new Macs and the introduction of M3 processors. Metro discusses the event and the potential for new Macs, including an iMac refresh. The Independent also covers the event and mentions the possibility of new Macs, including an iMac update.
How we got here
Apple has been focusing on its own processors for its Mac lineup and has previously released the M1 chip. The company has not updated the iMac since April 2021 and there have been reports of stock shortages for existing Mac models.
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