Apple unveils new Macbooks and Ipads

Apple launched two new Ipad Pro and MacBook models at its “There’s More in the Making” event held on October 30th.

The event took place at the Brooklyn Academy for Music which is the second Apple product launch held in this year.

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With a retina display, Touch ID and USB-C for both power and data transfer; the new MacBook air excludes a Touch Bar while the new Mac Mini can be configured with six cores and up to 64 GB of RAM.

A representative of the Tech Giant noted that both Macs will use aluminum left over from producing iPads and other products.

Also, the new Ipad Pro is completely redesigned from the previous version launched by the company. It comes in 11- or 12.9-inch sizes, featuring an LCD screen similar to the Iphone XR also known as ‘Liquid Retina’ display and replacing the traditional home button with the Face ID.

With the launching of the three incredibly important updates, the company also discontinued a number of products such as the Apple Watch series 1, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus and the year-old flagship product of Apple, iPhone X.

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