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Parallels Desktop 17.1 Released While Almost 30% Of Mac Owners Will Upgrade To MacBook Pro

In the latest news, parallels Desktop 17.1 has been released by the company that supports macOS Monterey as a host OS and comes with an additional improved virtual support. Elena Koryakina, the Vice President of Engineering at Parallels shared her thoughts on the matter and said that they knew that Parallel Desktops play a crucial role in allowing the users to run the latest version of Windows on their favorite Mac devices, that is why they have worked hard and found out a solution for everyone to upgrade to Windows 11, along with enabling VTMS by default on every other device.

The newest version of Parallels Desktop answers the customer’s top request with the newest gaming and 3D integration to enhance the overall user experience. Users can now easily install and update their machines to Windows 11 VMSs and also automatically enables the VTPM.

In other news, Apple’s MacBook pro could become the top seller with the latest users already paying attention to the latest Apple MacBook Pro. Apple is currently holding an “unleashed” event on the 18th of October, in which Apple will most likely launch its highly anticipated MacBook Pro.

Along with the new MacBook Pro, Apple might also update the Mac mini. We also expect that a new Mac mini will also be released by the company with similar specifications as to MacBook Pro but will come with a 16 or 32 GB graphic card. Along with this, it is also anticipated that AirPods 3 will also be launched by the company on Monday.

Although there are some supply chain issues faced by the company, still it is expected the company will release the new AirPods on Monday. The newest AirPods have a similar design to the Airpods Pro and come with shorter stems, silicone ear tips, and improvised battery life.

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