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How to watch Apple’s ‘Unleashed’ event if you missed it

Apple just held its special ‘Unleashed’ event, a follow-up to its iPhone 13 event, to announce even more products. Apple’s Unleashed event was a virtual one, like many press events during the pandemic, and featured a preproduced video for everyone to get all of the details.

How to watch the Apple Unleashed event replay

Apple Event — October 18

Unleashed was filmed at Apple’s Cupertino, California, headquarters. You can watch a full event replay, which comes in at nearly an hour, using the the video player above.

What Apple announced at the event

2015 MacBook Pro
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Apple had two topics for its big October event: Music and Macs. Starting off, Apple announced a new $5Voice Only plan for Apple Music. The company followed this up with three new color options for the HomePod Mini and the redesigned AirPods 3.

Moving over to the Mac, Apple announced the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. These are the two new Apple Silicon chips that will be powering the next-generation MacBook Pros, which also got announced. The M1 Pro features a 16-core GPU, while the M1 Max features a 32-core GPU.

As for the devices, the new MacBook Pro comes in two sizes: A 14-inch and 16-inch model. They have been redesigned in nearly every aspect, featuring a new chassis, the removal of the Touch Bar, the reintroduction of much-asked-for ports like HDMI, MagSafe charging, a new 120Hz Liquid Retina XDR display, and of course, the new chips inside. And it has a notch in the display, too.

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