Apple’s ‘Scary Fast’ Event May Unveil M3-Powered Gaming Macs
Rumors Point to a Gaming Revolution from Apple
Apple’s ‘Scary Fast’ event, scheduled for Monday, October 30, has generated intense speculation, and it may have grander ambitions than initially thought. While the tech world eagerly anticipates the unveiling of new iMacs and MacBooks, a fresh rumor suggests that this event could mark a significant shift towards gaming, all thanks to the new M3 chip.
This represents a notable departure for Apple, a company primarily associated with mobile gaming through its iPhones and iPads, but not renowned for producing gaming-focused products akin to traditional consoles.
Hints have been scattered around, sparking intrigue about potentially exciting gaming-related Mac offerings at the ‘Scary Fast’ event. During the recent launch of the iPhone 15 Pro, Apple made headlines by highlighting the A17 chip’s capabilities. Not only can it handle graphically-demanding games like Resident Evil 4 Remake, but it also boasts hardware-accelerated ray tracing. This advanced technology is used to create immersive lighting, reflections, and shadows, commonly found in high-quality PC and console games.