Apple has developed special M1 chips PRO and Max for its latest MacBook Pro laptops. For the first time, these are now also available in a 14-inch version.
For the first time in five years, Apple has completely revamped the MacBook Pro. In 2016, Apple unveiled the previous model, which attracted quite a bit of comment for its teased butterfly keyboard, Touch Bar instead of function keys, and no HDMI and SD card connections.
The Touch Bar is gone and everything else is back, even the MagSafe charger.
New is a camera notch, just like the iPhone has it. Furthermore, the new models have a 120Hz ProMotion screen. The refresh rate varies according to the tasks to be performed.
The new MacBook Pro also has a Liquid Retina XDR display with a 1080p FaceTime HD camera and Apple claims “the best audio system of all notebooks.”
The new chips are variants of the M1 with more processor cores and more graphics power. The M1 Max is the fastest version.
The MacBook Pro now supports up to 64GB of RAM, where the limit for the M1 MacBooks was 16GB.
The new 14-inch MacBook Pro is available from 2249 euros (more affordable for education) and the 16-inch MacBook Pro from 2749 euros.
To everyone’s surprise, there was no announcement today of the Mac mini Pro, whose design would also have been revamped.
As expected, the third generation of AirPods was announced, now with spatial audio, and in a new design with a snug fit.
The new AirPods are sweat and water resistant and have a pressure sensor with which you can intuitively control your music and take phone calls, according to Apple.
The third generation AirPods are available for 199 euros and can be ordered from today in the US and more than 26 other countries. They will be in stores from Tuesday 26 October.
Apple today also announced a new subscription for Apple Music, Voice Plan.
The subscription will come to 17 countries this fall, including Germany, Italy, France, Spain and the United States, but not in the Netherlands and Belgium.
You operate with your voice, using the speech assistant Sire.
Source: Nieuws – Emerce by www.emerce.nl.
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