Apple launched the iPhone 13 series, iPad mini, iPad and the Apple Watch Series 7 in September’s launch event that commenced on the 14th of the month. The Cupertino tech giant is going to hold another launch event which is expected to commence in October or the first week of November. This event will have its major focus on the Mac lineup which includes the all new Macbook Pro powered by M1X chipset. Also, the company may announce the new generation of the Airpods 3. Read the story till the end to know more about Apple's October event.
Apple October Event: Details
Apple holds a spring event that is a developer’s conference, two fall events ahead of the festive shopping sale. The launch event held in September was dedicated to the iPhone and the iPads whereas the October launch event will focus on the Mac lineup. However, the company has not confirmed the date of its second fall event of this year. We can expect the event to be held in the last week of October or by the first week of November.
Apple October Event: Expected launches
Apple always keeps its prime focus on the Mac lineup in the October launch events every year. However, the company is experiencing a chip shortage, but the new MacBook Pro Lineup will feature the all new M1X chipset. This device will arrive with two variants, one of them would be of 14 inches and the other one will be of 16 inches. This device will feature a mini LED display and a flat edged design that resembles the Apple iPad Pro.
Apple launched a new Mac mini with an M1 processor last year; however, we can expect a high end variant named Mac Mini Pro to be launched in this year’s fall event. The device is likely to replace the Intel with the M1X processor.
The Airpods have been a success for the company since the first day it was launched, and we can expect a new Airpods with a similar built-in like the Airpods Pro to be launched this year in the October launch event. However, the active noise cancellation won’t be included in this.
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