Apple’s One More Thing Event – Get Ready with CleanMyMac X

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Last updated on November 6th, 2021 at 6:55 am

Are you ready for Apple’s third fall 2020 event “One more thing”? 

Well, if you are hearing about the event for the first time let me tell you, Apple is going to host an event on Tuesday, November 10 and unlike, the Apple events held in September and October where iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and the HomePod mini were introduced, this November event will be all about Mac. So, being a Mac user if you have been waiting for something new, this event is just for you. 

Alongside Apple there’s someone else who’s been working hard too and that is MacPaw. Their amazing and powerful CleanMyMac X is now BigSur compatible. The company has tested the product on Beta version and it works flawlessly. This means if you are waiting for the final release of BigSur and want your Mac optimized for it you know what you need to do. You just need to download and install CleanMyMac X and start using it. 

At present, this is the only Mac cleanup utility that works well with all versions of Mac including BigSur

So, just download it and as soon as Apple announces the final release of BigSur during the event you will have your machine all ready for it. 

Now, let’s talk about rumors about One more thing event

What are the rumors?

Apple Silicon Macs
Besides other small announcements, you will see the first-ever Mac with an Apple Silicon Arm-based chip. During WWDC the company already made it official and now we will see what it will be like. Alongside Apple is also designing its own Apple Silicon chips, similar to the A-series chips used in iPads and iPhones. 

What makes Apple Silicon Chip Different? 

Apple Silicon‌ chips will be built on the 5-nanometer A14 chips that will make an integration between software and hardware strong and will support the working of cross-platform apps. This means users will be able to enjoy more apps, with an enhanced Mac performance without facing battery issues. 

The aim behind introducing these chips is to provide the highest performance with minimum power consumption. Also, they will provide world class security via Secure Enclave and the GPU. Apple is planning to design apps and games perform better. 

Will there be any other announcements?

Besides silicon-based chips Apple is planning to make the Mac platform compatible with machine learning, cryptography acceleration and more. The first Mac to be updated with new technology will be 

13-inch MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.

So, this is what you can expect from the November 10th event. To know more about the event and to understand how you can keep your Mac optimized stay tuned. Do try CleanMyMac X it works wonders. 

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