Going by Apple’s track record, the event is likely to be held in either October or November.
Yesterday (13 September), Mark Gurman, Bloomberg’s trusted journalist on all things Apple, tweeted that “There will be two events” and that he expects one of them to be focused on Mac and iPad.
There will be two events, and I’d expect the latter to be Mac + iPad. iPhone/Watch Tuesday. https://t.co/xfAjhUkigC
Apple is expected to launch two new Apple Silicon MacBook Pros in 2021, redesigning its 14-inch and 16-inch models with M1X chips with 10 cores, more ports and reviving the MagSafe power connector.
— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) September 12, 2021
Apple has traditionally held two events in the latter half of each year to announce its latest products – at least for the most part. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, last year’s four events – WWDC 2020 and three Apple Events – were entirely virtual for the first time.
California Streaming, which takes place later today, will also be held virtually, and it’s likely that this second fall event will be as well.