Following Apple’s event earlier today unveiling new MacBook Pro models and more, the company has now shared a full replay of the live stream available to watch through its website.
We also have our own live blog and news hub for the event where we’re keeping track of all our coverage.
In addition to unveiling redesigned MacBook Pro models with its new contextual Touch Bar display integrated into the keyboard, Apple is also launching a 13-inch model of the device that comes with the standard function keys and only 2 USB C/Thunderbolt 3 ports opposed to 4 on the other models. That comes as it discontinues the 11-inch MacBook Air model, but continues selling the old 13-inch models of the Air. All of the new MacBook models are available to order today with the MacBook Pros with Touch Bar expected to ship within 2-3 weeks.
For Apple TV, the company showed off a new “TV” app that will also come to iOS devices, as well as the announcement that Minecraft will release on Apple TV by the end of the year.
And lastly, Apple demoed updates for Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Photoshop and other apps that will bring support for the new Touch Bar.
Annonuced at the event:
- Apple unveils all-new, redesigned MacBook Pros with OLED Touch Bar, larger trackpad, USB-C, more
- Apple announces new lower-end 13-inch MacBook Pro shipping today, thinner, lighter, faster, no Touch Bar
- Apple unveils Final Cut Pro X 10.3 with support for Touch Bar in new MacBook Pros, new Magnetic Timeline, available today
- Adobe shows off new version of Photoshop with support for MacBook Pro Touch Bar
- Apple opens special event with focus on Accessibility, announces dedicated website
- Apple announces new ‘TV’ app for Apple TV & iOS, aggregates all TV shows and movies in one place, available in December
- Apple announces Minecraft coming to tvOS-powered Apple TV this year