How to watch the launch One More Thing live

It's worth noting that "one more thing” is a phrase Apple uses when it's unveiling major product announcements. The company used it when it announced the 10th-anniversary iPhone X in 2017, for instance. So, people are expecting the November showcase to be big. At WWDC 2020, Apple announced plans to switch Macs from Intel processors to its own hardware. Apple, therefore, might finally announce ARM-based Macs as well as MacOS 11 Big Sur.

Apple's AirTags and over-ear AirPods have also been heavily rumoured. Here, then, is a roundup of everything we expect, plus how to stream the show yourself. 

When is Apple's event?

Apple's event will take place Tuesday 10 November 2020, starting at 10am PDT - local time to Cupertino. Here are the different regional times:

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  • US West: 10am PDT
  • US East: 1pm EDT
  • UK: 6pm BST
  • Central Europe: 7pm CEST
  • China (Beijing): 1am CST (11 November)
  • Japan: 2am JST (11 November)
  • Australia (Sydney): 3am AEST (11 November)

How to watch Apple's event online

You will be able to watch the event right here, as we have embedded the video above.

Alternatively, you will be able to watch it on your Apple TV, through the Apple Events app from the App Store for Apple TV, or you can stream from your iOS device via AirPlay. Just ensure it's a second-generation Apple TV, with the latest Apple TV software or tvOS.

What to expect from Apple's event

First of all, most people suspected this event was coming. The company held an iPhone-specific event last month and another the month before that for the latest Apple Watch and iPads. But Apple previously said it would debut ARM-based Macs later this year. So it wasn’t clear when that would be - until now.

ARM-based Mac

The upcoming "One More Thing" event should be the first time Apple introduces a Mac running custom ARM-based CPUs. Apple is expected to unveil three new laptops: one 13-inch MacBook Air and two MacBook Pro models (13 inches and 16 inches), according to a report from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, who also said a redesigned iMac, a new Mac mini, and a half-sized Mac Pro, all powered by Apple Silicon, are in development, too.

AirPods Studio

There is a small mountain of evidence to suggest Apple is developing a pair of high-end, wireless over-ear headphones that will be released shortly.

The over-ear headphones won't be Beats headphones. Instead, they'll be Apple-branded and may be called AirPods X or AirPods Studio. There's been leaked iOS 14 code, reports from well-known Apple watchers, and even a Target listing all suggesting these headphones are real and coming soon. Most recently, Apple reportedly directed all its stores to stop carrying third-party headphones. Perhaps it's yet another sign that Apple plans to expand the AirPods lineup.


Apple is supposedly working on new products to rival Tile, a popular hardware tracker that attaches to items in order to locate them over Bluetooth or crowdsourcing. Similarly, Apple's trackers, thought to be called AirTags, will allow users to locate lost or stolen items. The existence of these devices has been widely reported on by the media and leakers since last year. They're expected to look like circular discs and should feature Apple's ultra-wideband tech.

They'll likely use the standard iOS Find My app, along with crowdsourcing, to precisely locate your devices, even in a room.

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