Apparently, when the folks at Apple don't ward off privacy complaints, they are honing their selection skills.
The company recently unveiled its "completely redesigned" MacBook Pro, using music from electronic superstars REZZ and Deathpact as the soundtrack.
In a tech-meets-techno dream mashup, Apple decided to dub the duo's latest single "Chemical Bond" to showcase the latest iteration of the brand's flagship laptop. The menacing "Chemical Bond" will appear on REZZ's upcoming spiral LP, an album that, in their opinion, will present "an evolved version" of their music.
Check out the Apple reveal below via CNBC.
Apple recently dodged this year's Apple event where they unveiled their latest line of hardware. Among other things, they showcased new AirPods, redesigned 14- and 16-inch Macbook Pro laptops and new color options for the HomePod Mini, among other things, which will be available before the Christmas season. Perhaps most notable are new processors for the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, which the company has called "the most powerful chips Apple has ever made".
Fans can now pre-save the spiral ahead of its fall 2021 release, which will arrive ahead of REZZ's North American tour of the same name. The Juno Award-winning electronic music producer has not yet announced an official release date.