The date of the Apple Unleashed event, which is expected to introduce Mac devices with M1X processors, has been announced.
Announcing the iPhone 13 series, new iPads and Apple Watch Series 7 at its California Streaming event on September 14, Apple has given a date for its next launch. The Apple event “Unleashed” will take place online on Monday, October 18. It will be available to watch live on Apple’s YouTube channel and official website.
It was almost certain that AirPods 3 would be introduced at the California Streaming event. However, Apple has debunked the rumors. The new headset model, which is expected to be called ‘AirPods 3′, is expected to appear on October 18. It was also predicted that the next generation of Macs would arrive on September 14. But that didn’t happen either.
What will Apple introduce at the Unleashed event?
Apple introduced its first devices powered by ARM-based Silicon processors last year. We’ve seen MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac, and iPad Pro with M1 processors. At the event on October 18, it is estimated that MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini models with M1X processors, which are the updated version of the Silicon architecture, will be introduced.
Allegedly, the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro with M1X processor, which is expected to be introduced at the Unleashed event, will have mini LED technology. It is speculated that a MagSafe port will be added, which will replace USB-C, along with HDMI and SD card reader. In addition, the device is expected to be equipped with a physical keypad instead of the Touch Bar.
— Greg Joswiak (@gregjoz) October 12, 2021
Apple will also announce the release date of the macOS 12 Monterey operating system, which has been in beta for a long time, along with new computers at the Unleashed event.
Greg Joswiak, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, shared the animation specially prepared for the event on his Twitter account with the hashtag #AppleEvent.
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