New Delhi: American technology giant Apple is expected to launch its next-generation MacBook Pros at an event today. According to the reports, the company is likely to expand its portfolio of laptops powered by the new line of M-series chipsets. Apple is expected to introduce the much anticipated, MacBook Pro laptops powered by the M1X chipset.Also Read - Apple Unleashed Event: Apple Music Voice Plan, HomePod Mini Launched| Price, Features Revealed
The launch event will take place on 18 October at 10:30 PM IST. The company is also expected to launch the Mac Mini that will be powered by a M-series chipset. Apple might also raise curtain from its much anticipated new AirPods 3 at the event. Also Read - Apple Unleashed Event 2021: New MacBook Pro, Next-Gen AirPods, HomePod Mini Launched. Prices, Features Here
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Last month, Apple held its September event where it announced the new iPhone 13 series, iPad mini, and Apple Watch. The upcoming event will be jam-packed with announcements, with a major focus on the new Mac lineup, including the long rumoured M1X-powered MacBook Pros.
Here are some of the key specifications:
- Apple will be launching the 16-inch and 14-inch MacBook Pro laptops.
- These MacBooks will be powered by the second chipset in the M-series line-up.
- According to the reports, the laptop is likely to be called as M1X.
- The current M1 chipsets will also continue to power the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
- The new chipset will get up to 16 performance cores and either 16 or 32 GPU cores.
- The new MacBook Pro is expected to get flatted sides, in line with the look of iPhone 13 series.
Apple could unveil a completely redesigned Mac mini. Finally, the event could also be where Apple launches new third-generation AirPods, designed like the current AirPods Pro but targeted at a lower price point.
The new AirPods 3 are expected to be the company’s ‘One more thing’ product.
The Apple AirPods 3 will still missout on the noise cancellation and short stem design.