Apple is said to be working on three new laptops running on Apple silicon, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and Debby Wu.These include a 13-inch MacBook Pro, 13-inch MacBook Air, and 16-inch MacBook Pro.The two smaller-sized laptops will likely be shown during the November 10 event since they're further along in production, the report says. The company is also reportedly working on a redesigned new iMac and an updated Mac Pro, but these are unlikely to be discussed during the keynote. Apple's senior vice president of hardware technologies, Johny Srouji, said in June that Apple silicon would bring performance enhancements to Mac computers.But the company didn't get too specific about performance gains and new features at the Worldwide Developers Conference, where it was unveiled. Instead, it demonstrated how the processors could handle demanding tasks in apps like Adobe Photoshop and Final Cut Pro.If Apple does reveal the first laptops running on Apple silicon, it'll also likely provide more details about the improvements the chip will bring and the upgrades users can expect.It may also provide some details about how app makers have been embracing the transition since Apple began providing developer kits in June to kickstart the transition. Apple also discussed how it planned to support current Mac apps during WWDC.Apple-silicon-based Macs aren't the only products we're expecting to see from Apple in the near future.Apple is also rumored to be working on its first pair of premium over-ear headphones, as well as a Tile-like location-tracking accessory called AirTags, according to reports from Bloomberg, 9to5Mac, MacRumors, and others.There's a chance Apple could use its November 10 event as an opportunity to unveil these products as well. But the event is expected to focus on the new Mac lineup. The launch of its own computer chip is a milestone for the Mac. Apple's laptops and desktops are its only major products that haven't run on the company's own chips — the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV are all powered by Apple processors.That will give Apple much more flexibility in terms of launch timing since it won't have to update or release new Mac laptops based on Intel's release schedule.It also means Apple will have more freedom to develop Mac-specific features that more closely integrate the device's hardware and software — an approach it's taken with the iPhone, Apple Watch, and other products.The shift to Apple silicon could ultimately define Apple's direction for its line of laptops and desktops, and Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted at this during WWDC. When we look ahead, we envision some amazing new products, Cook said during the presentation. And transitioning to our own custom silicon is what will enable us to bring them to life.Apple will likely provide a closer glimpse at what the direction looks like on November 10.