Apple Set to Launch New AirPods, MacBooks This Year

Apple is all set to launch multiple new products this year. The Cupertino tech giant recently came out with the new iPhone 13 series, Apple Watch Series 7, iPad mini 2021, and more in the September 14 event. Now, the company is expected to launch new products, including AirPods 3 and MacBook Pros’ powered by the M1X processors, very soon. The company is on track to launch all of these products in the coming weeks. But as per reports online, there won’t be a redesigned MacBook Air in the company’s launch plans.

AirPods 3 and MacBook Pro With M1X to Launch In the Coming Weeks

As per previous reports, it is clear that the AirPods 3 are already in the mass manufacturing stage and will launch in the coming weeks. Apple might not hold separate events for the two products. If the AirPods 3 are ready to go along with the new MacBook Pros’, Apple might announce a new event in October itself.

Last year, Apple had announced the new MacBook lineup powered by the M1 chipset in November because it had launched the iPhone 12 series in October. This year the company has launched the new iPhone 13 series in September, so it is very possible that a new MacBook lineup along with the AirPods 3 might come in October only.

But Apple isn’t expected to launch the Apple AirPods Pro 2 and a new generation of iPad Pro this year too. The company might unveil them in an event planned for early 2022. The new MacBook Pros’ with the M1X processor are expected to come in 14-inch and 16-inch screen sizes. The 14-inch model is expected to retain the size and the form factor of the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro but will come with smaller bezels which will automatically increase the screen size.

The AirPods 3 are expected to come with support for Lossless Audio.


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