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Liveblog: All the news from Apple’s October 13 “Hello, Speed” event

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Enlarge / The campaign graphics for Apple that were sent out with their announcement of the product launch event on October 13, 2020.

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0.00 Pacific Time (13.00 East) on Tuesday 13 October, Apple will hold its second live event in less than a month – almost certainly to announce new iPhones this time, after the previous event focusing on iPads and Apple Watch.

Ars Technica will liveblog the event and publish the big announcements in real time as usual. Return to this page when the event starts following the updates.

This event carries the “Hi, Speed” tagline, which can refer to any number of things: 5G modems in new phones, the faster A14 chip already introduced last month, or even Apple Silicon in the first non-Intel Mac for many years.

It has been the norm in recent years for Apple to announce new iPhones in September, but it seems that the pandemic affected the company’s plans – making this event the big one this fall. In various reports, we expect four different iPhones – two successors to the iPhone 11 and successors each to the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. It’s also possible Apple will announce which Mac product line will make the big leap from Intel processors to Apple-designed, ARM-based chips.

Other potential announcements include a new Apple TV 4K, location-based codes to compete with Tile, new AirPods-branded headphones, a HomePod device and final availability information for macOS Big Sur, Apple One and Apple Fitness +.

Bookmark this page and come back a few minutes before the event start time – we will share everything live when it comes through.

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