announced at this year's WWDC keynote that its 15-year partnership with would soon end. In its place, new Mac models would use ARM chips, dubbed Apple Silicon, similar to those already in the iPhone and iPad. CEO Tim Cook said he expected to ship the first Mac with Apple Silicon “by the end of this year.” 

Now, on Tuesday, November 10th, Apple is holding its third virtual press event of the fall, One More Thing, and we expect to see the first Apple Silicon .

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Watch in a browser

Apple no longer specifies any particular browsers or versions that are supported. However, you will want to be using the latest Safari, Chrome, or Edge.

To the event live, you will be able to go to the US's front page, and see it streamed directly there. Typically Apple then the steam available to replay for months, and in the same spot on the site for a few hours.

After it's moved from the top of the front page, you will be able to see it on the Apple page online. The replay is not limited to the US site, at some point you will be able to watch it on your local Apple site instead.

Watch on YouTube

Probably the most convenient way to watch the event is via the YouTube stream. Going by recent events, and depending on where you are, YouTube's stream can lag behind the event by a minute or two, but you can see it wherever you are in the world.

You're also able to find the stream in advance of the event and set a reminder for yourself. At time of writing, some 540 people have chosen to get a YouTube reminder about this event.

If they or you watch YouTube via a browser, you get the standard -editing keyboard controls of J-K-L, which let you jump back (J), pause/play (K), and when you've scrubbed back, you can jump forward again (L). These controls are not available on the video as shown on Apple's website.

YouTube is of course also an app on iOS and .

Watch on Apple TV

Naturally, Apple's new events are always available to watch on both the Apple TV app, and the Apple TV device. As ever, though, good luck finding the event.

Until the event starts, there is no indication that the event is coming at all. After that, you can expect to find the presentation listed in the section, for some reason.

You may need to search for it, too. Go to Apple TV's search and look for “Apple.”