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Apples's Brooklyn event saw announcements for products the company hasn't updated in a while.
Finally a new MacBook Air is here and it ships with a retina display, touch ID and weighs in at only 2.75 pounds.
The brand new MacBook Air starts at $1200 when it goes on sale November 7th.
Another long overdue product, the Mac Mini got its first update in four years.
Starting at 799, just $300 more than the last generation's starting price, the tiny computer offers up to 64 gigabytes of RAM and up to 2 terabytes of solid state storage.
The new Mac Mini is available for ordering right now Ship next week.
And finally, Apple announced a new version of its high-end iPad Pro line.
There's no home button in favor of face ID and it now comes in two sizes.
An 11 inch starting at 799 and a 12.9 inch that starts at They include USB-C support, 4k output and up to a terrabyte of storage.
The iPads can be pre-ordered right now and will ship by November 7th.
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