What to expect at Apple's MacBook event

Apple is set to kick off its second product event of the season, a month after introducing its new iPhone 13 lineup.

At a virtual event on Monday at 1 pm ET, the company is expected to unveil two high-end MacBook Pro laptops powered by its next-generation silicon chip.

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