This Tuesday Apple announced the highly expected Apple bun fight to showcase the latest iStuff will be next Monday Oct 18th in the Steve Jobs Theater and avaialble on-line only.
What to expect?
We had new iPhone, iPads and iWatch in September and now it’s time to focus on MAC.
Rumors have been teasing redesigned 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro models for months now, and it’s looking like Apple is finally ready to release them. – This is big news for the thousands of Apple fans desperate for a new MAcBookPro with faster hardware and new CPU.
Rumors suggest the 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro models will have an overhauled design with thinner bezels and larger displays, and we’ve already seen hints of 3024 x 1964 and 3456 x 2234 resolutions, respectively, which would enable 2x Retina for sharper, crisper images and text. The new MacBook Pro will most likley use an M1X chip, which is an faster, more powerful version of the M1, plus it could support up to 32GB RAM.
The new MacBook Pro will mark the return of MagSafe connectivity, a charging feature that will replace USB-C. Apple is also bringing back the HDMI port and SD card slot, and there will be no Touch Bar, with Apple instead re-adopting a standard function row of keys. The 2021 MacBook Pro models will be a throwback to the pre-2016 MacBook Pro designs, with Apple undoing many of the changes that were introduced with the 2016 revamp.
We thought the AirPods 3 might come out at Apple’s September event because it makes sense to unveil AirPods alongside iPhones, but that didn’t happen, so we could instead see them at the October event. The new AirPods will have shorter AirPods Pro-like stems and an AirPods Pro-style case, but will continue to be a more affordable option without Active Noise Cancellation.
We’ll likely find out when macOS Monterey is going to launch, and Apple could also have some surprises like an M1X version of the Mac mini in store, but aside from MacBook Pro models and AirPods 3, we haven’t heard rumors of anything else coming out this year.
All the facts will be know Monday evening. Watch on Safari or Apple TV or via the Apple website. Should be good.
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