Global Statistics

All countries
244,109,329
Confirmed
Updated on 24/10/2021 3:27 am
All countries
219,455,018
Recovered
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4,959,373
Deaths
Updated on 24/10/2021 3:27 am

Global Statistics

All countries
244,109,329
Confirmed
Updated on 24/10/2021 3:27 am
All countries
219,455,018
Recovered
Updated on 24/10/2021 3:27 am
All countries
4,959,373
Deaths
Updated on 24/10/2021 3:27 am

8 Things We Didn’t See At Apple’s September Event: AirPods 3, New MacBook Pros, And More

Apple CEO Tim Cook is pictured above presenting the iPad updates at the company’s September event.

Screenshot / CNET

This story is part of Apple event, our full coverage of the latest Apple news.

Apple showed a wide collection of new products on its bumper September event. The company removed the wrappers from its new Apple watch 7, iPad Mini 6, Updated entry-level iPad other iPhone 13 alignment with standard, Mini, Pro and Pro Max Models. (That’s how IPhone 13 version comparison.) Apple’s new iPhone and iPad operating system, iOS 15 other iPadOS 15, are too now available for download.

In addition to the most recent event in September, Apple has hosted two other events in 2021. In April, Apple unveiled new IPad updates, Colorful iMacs, AirTags Trackers, a purple iPhone 12 and more. (Here’s everything Apple announced in the spring..) Then, two months later, the company held the WWDC developer event, where we saw a first look at iOS 15, MacOS Monterey (aka MacOS 12), WatchOS 8 other iPadOS 15.

But what didn’t Apple announce? Here’s a list of products we’ve been waiting for, including (certainly) some that are more of a series of rumors than the imminent or expected releases. Still, while we didn’t think most of them would debut at the recent Apple event, we did get to see some this fall at a rumored October event. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman Says He Waits new MacBook Pro models and the AirPods 3 for debut later this year. Several other products, including the new AirPods Pro, an updated iPad Pro, refreshed Mac Pros and MacBook Air with Apple Silicon and more, could arrive in 2022, according to Gurman.

Read more: No Macs at the Apple iPhone 13 event, but the year is not over yet

Leaked images of possible third-generation AirPods.

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AirPods 3

Rumors that Apple was preparing to launch third-generation AirPods have been circulating for some time, and there is talk of possible delays pushing their launch until the third quarter of 2021 – speculation that seems more accurate now. Often referred to as AirPods 3, their design, based on possible leaked photos, you can share a lot with the AirPods Pro but it won’t feature noise-isolating ear cushions (and may not offer active noise cancellation).

16-inch MacBook Pro with M1 chip

Currently, the MacBook Pro equipped with M1 It is only available on a 13-inch model and it doesn’t perform much better than the M1 MacBook Air (which, admittedly, is quite the speed demon). Those hoping that the 16-inch MacBook Pro will be updated with the M1 chip, along with a rumored 14-inch Pro model, you will have to keep waiting. Apple may be waiting for an even better chip (M2? M1X?) To power them. You can check all the latest rumors about the MacBook Pro 2021 here.


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Larger iMac with Apple silicone chips

At Apple’s April event, the company gave us new IMacs with M1 technology with flatter designs and 24-inch screens (instead of 21.5 inches). But the larger 27-inch iMacs remain unchanged for now, despite rumors that they will become gigantic 30-inch displays. Perhaps they are also waiting for the presumed successor of M1.

Mac Pro M1

We waited years to get Apple’s refreshed high-end desktop, the Mac Pro. Now it looks like we’ll have to wait even longer to get an improved version of that computer with Apple’s Intel alternatives. Here again, we expect Apple to expect an even more powerful M1 successor, so the delay makes sense.

Mid-range Apple display

Apple will sell you its 32-inch 6K XDR professional display for a ton of money (it starts at just under $ 5,000, and that’s without its nearly $ 1,000 support). But owners of Mac Minis (and, now, the Thunderbolt-equipped iPad Pro) are still waiting for something that is a little More affordable.

Apple Echo Show competitor

After Apple discontinued its HomePod, the company was rumored to have been in work on an Amazon Echo Show competitor that would merge an entry-level iPad with a speaker. Details remain vague and it is unclear when such a product will launch. But since the new iPad Pro includes an ultra-wide camera and Center Stage function, which can dynamically pan and approach multiple people speaking in one shot, Apple could put something together without the need for the articulated arm on the Echo Show 10.


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Apple Soundbar with Integrated Apple TV

Another product that is rumored to make a lot of sense that Apple believes is a sound bar for your TV it has a built-in Apple TV “box”. Roku already offers several sound bars with its built-in smart TV apps, and Apple could easily make the cash register ring on larger models with higher sound capacity. In addition to amplifying the sound from your TV, this type of TV speaker combo could allow you to stream audio to a set of AirPods Pro or AirPods Max and use Apple’s spatial audio virtual surround sound feature without disturbing others in your home.

Apple AR or VR headsets

Okay, no one seriously expected this long-rumored product to be featured at the latest event. But this is the kind of thing, like Apple’s silicon chips last year, that Apple could possibly describe months before launch to line up developer support. Add Apple AR or VR headsets to rumor mill for now, but again: don’t hold your breath either.

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