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6 Things That Didn't Make an Appearance at the Apple Event

6 Things That Didn't Make an Appearance at the Apple Event

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The M1 Ultra, a new processor even more powerful than the M1 Max, also took the stage as a chip option available for the Mac Studio. 

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Here are all the Apple products that didn't get launched during Tuesday's event -- and that we're still hoping to see in 2022.

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The Mac Pro, a desktop tower targeted at professionals, is due for an upgrade. It's the only remaining Mac that hasn't yet made the leap from an Intel processor to one of Apple's own chips

Upgraded Mac Pro

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The 2020 Mac Mini with Apple's M1 processor could see an update powered by the M1 Pro, M1 Max or even the newly announced M1 Ultra chip.

Faster Mac Mini

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The rumor mill speculated that the iPad Pro and entry-level iPad would get upgrades at Apple's March event

iPad Pro and entry-level iPad

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No MacBooks showed up at the Apple event, but new versions of the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are still on the radar for this year.

New MacBook Pro and MacBook Air

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