What To Expect From Apple’s ‘Unleashed’ Event

Apple MacBook Pro 2021
Apple MacBook Pro 2021

Apple is all set to hold its ‘Unleashed’ event tonight (18th October) at 10:30 PM IST. The brand had recently launched a new set of iPhones and a few iPads, so it is improbable to see any launch in those categories at Unleashed. MacBooks are the most likely to be launched at the event with a new generation of Apple’s ‘M’ chipsets.

Redesigned MacBooks

Among all the MacBooks, the MacBook Pro has been in the headline to receive a refresh at this event. Both Mark Gurman and Ming-Chi Kuo have pointed out that the MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch will have flat edges and a redesigned MagSafe port. They also claim that the MacBook Pro will lose the iconic touch bar this year.

We also hear rumors about the possibility of an SD card reader and an HDMI port on the MacBook Pros. These laptops are said to be powered by Apple’s new chipsets. The naming is still unclear, but they may be called “M1 Pro” and “M1 Max”.

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New AirPods

Multiple sources like Gurman, Kuo, and Nikkei have suggested that we could also see new AirPods. The AirPods are expected to receive the same shorter stem as the AirPods Pro with minor improvements internally. There is also a possibility that we don’t see the AirPods at the event, and they are announced later through a press release.

Apple’s event will be exciting and may just be dedicated entirely to Macs now that iPhones are out of the way. We may also see a release date for macOS Monterey that was launched at WWDC earlier this year. Nevertheless, it will be exciting, and we will keep you updated about the launches!


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