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Apple’s Unleashed: Introducing a New Macbook Pro With M1 Pro And M1 Max CPUs

At Apple’s Unleashed event on Monday, the company unveiled a slew of new hardware and CPUs.

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At Apple’s Unleashed event on Monday, the company unveiled a slew of new hardware and CPUs. The new Apple MacBook Pro with upgraded M1 Pro and M1 Max CPUs was the highlight at the Apple Unleashed event. The third-generation Apple AirPods were also unveiled at the event.

Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, declares that the event’s focus would be on music and the Mac.

The 2021 MacBook Pro laptops are expected to be the highlight at Apple Unleashed, and will most likely include upgraded Apple Silicon CPUs.

Apple’s new M-series processors and 2021 MacBook Pros are expected to achieve the same degree of popularity that the M1 MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro (M1) did last year.

The forthcoming MacBook Pros have been the centre of stories and rumours leading up to Apple Unleashed. This will be the first major upgrade to the line-up in five years, with the launch of the M1 CPU with the 13-inch MacBook Pro last year being the most recent modification.

The new MacBook Pros have the potential to shift this narrative. The display inset was first introduced and publicized by Apple’s iPhone X.  Let’s wait and watch to see if the MacBook Pro in 2021 creates a new benchmark for laptops.

The technical specifications are very exciting: double the number of CPU cores as the previous generation (16), and four times as many GPU cores. If the claims are to be believed, it will be a massive improvement.

After a two-year wait, Apple AirPods are getting a third-generation update. The TWS earphones received their most recent upgrade in March of this year. It’ll be interesting to watch whether Apple adds active noise suppression to the AirPods. Users will also be wishing for the AirPods Pro’s short stem design to be carried over. If reports are to be believed, it is unlikely, but let’s keep our fingers crossed.

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