Apple unveiled its second batch of new devices at a virtual event last October 10, Monday. The company exhibited two high-end MacBook Pro laptops powered by its next-generation M1 Pro and M1 Max chip. They are said to be 70% faster than their previous M1 processor. The new laptops come in 16-inch and (starts at $2,499) 14-inch (starts at $1,999) displays, each equipped with a front-facing camera that can take 1080p videos. Apple ditched its digital Touch Bar but replaced it with a fingerprint sensor in the power button. Meanwhile, the sweat and water-resistant AirPods 3 have spatial audio with power bass and crisp high frequency. With its improved performance, the latest model boasts a 6-hour battery life. MagSafe and wireless charging are also included in the model. AirPods 3 are now available for pre-order at $179.

Additionally, Apple’s HomePad mini will soon be available in orange, yellow, and dark blue for $99 each. Apple Music is also getting a voice plan with Siri integration for $5 a month. Subscribers can ask the virtual assistant to pull up playlists, songs, and radio stations. The voice-only option is available for $9.99/month and the Family Plan at $14.99/month. Starting October 25, the updated macOS Monterey software will be available for download, with changes to FaceTime, AirPlay compatibility, a low-power mode, and a tab-grouping feature in Safari.