Saturday, December 4

New Apple MacBook Pro, AirPods 3 and more: all the news from Apple’s Keynote

Apple has finished its event named ‘Unleashed’ where it has presented us mainly the new MacBook Pro laptops with an improvement in design and incorporating new processors. In Engadget we have followed the presentation in detail and in this article we compile all the news from Apple Keynote for October 18.

In their second event in a few months, those from Cupertino have presented their long-awaited MacBook Pro, along with two advanced M1 processors created for the occasion. They have also taken advantage and brought us a renewal of their popular headphones and some novelty in software. We detail it as a summary so that you can quickly go to what interests you the most.

All the news from Apple

  • New MacBook Pro (2021): available in 14 and 16 inches, the new MacBook Pro get rid of the Touch Bar, add the ‘notch’ of the iPhone and come with a spectacular MiniLED screen of up to 120 Hz. Inside, the new M1 Pro and M1 Max make an appearance, with up to a 32-core GPU.

  • New Apple M1 Pro and M1 Max processors: Apple’s new M1 processors take a leap in size and power to support up to 64 GB of RAM and include up to 57,000 million transistors, all with a consumption that promises to be much lower than the competition.

  • New Apple AirPods (3rd generation): recovering some of the characteristics of the AirPods Pro, come the renewal of the most popular headphones with a improvement in autonomy, support for “spatial audio” and Dolby Atmos and a renewed design by shortening the “stick” and adding resistance to sweat.

  • Apple Music Voice: in the concise Apple event there has also been room for news in software, with a new economic plan for music focused on voice and allowing you to search for playlists and songs with Siri.

  • New colors for the HomePod Mini: three new colors for the Apple player, following the trend of its latest devices. They will be available in color blue, yellow and orange.

  • macOS Monterey already has a date: Next October 25, Apple users with a compatible device will be able to update to macOS 12 Monterey, the latest version of macOS.