Apple announced its second round of new gadgets at a virtual event on Monday, October 10th. Two high-end MacBook Pro laptops with the company’s next-generation M1 Pro and M1 Max chips were put on display and are estimated to be 70% faster than the M1 processor they replaced. The new laptops are available in 16-inch and 14-inch displays (starting at $2,499 and $1,999, respectively), and each comes with a front-facing camera that can shoot 1080p videos. Apple removed the digital Touch Bar in favor of a fingerprint sensor embedded in the power button. Meanwhile, the sweat and water-resistant AirPods 3 boast powerful bass and crisp high frequency. The new model has a 6-hour battery life thanks to its increased performance. The company also added MagSafe and wireless charging to the product. Pre-orders for the AirPods 3 are now available for $179.

In addition, Apple’s HomePad mini will be available in orange, yellow, and dark blue for $99. Apple Music will also get a voice plan with Siri integration for $5 a month. Subscribers can request playlists, songs, and radio stations through the virtual assistant. The Voice-Only Plan is $9.99/month, while the Family Plan costs $14.99/month. The revised macOS Monterey software, which includes FaceTime, AirPlay support, a low-power mode, and a tab-grouping feature in Safari, will be available for download starting October 25.