Predictions of what Apple will launch at its "Scary Fast" event are still varying wildly, but one source claims to be certain of the complete list.
Most signs do point to Apple releasing Macs with its M3 processor at the October 30 event, even though some points don't add up. Nonetheless, Bloomberg writer Mark Gurman is now adamant that despite his own previous predictions, Apple is set to launch:
He's also saying that other than the move to USB-C for peripherals, there won't be any visible design changes to the Macs that are launched. There isn't expected to be any AirPods, or iPads updates either.
There has been no mention of the 30-inch iMac that was previously rumored to be coming, if not necessarily in time for this event. There's also been no discussion lately of an M3 Mac mini, although that was one of the earliest Macs to get the M1 and M2 processors.
Apple's "Scary Fast" event is on October 30, 2023, and will be streamed from 5:00 PM PT, 8:00 PM ET.