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Apple on Tuesday introduced a series of new MacBooks powered by its own processor during the company’s third virtual event in as many months, called “One more thing.”

The Cupertino-based tech giant on rolled out a new MacBook Air, “Mac Mini” and MacBook Pro, all powered by the Apple Silicon chip that the company says is faster and prolongs battery life better than the Intel processor it has used for years.

The new MacBook Pro starts at $1,299, the MacBook Air at $999 and the Mac Mini at $699.

Apple announced in June it would be making the processor switch on its MacBooks sometime in 2020, saying its own chips are designed to provide better performance.

Apple has used the “One more thing” phrase before for significant product announcements, including most recently for the unveiling of the iPhone X in 2017, according to the report.