Apple gave its Time Capsule a storage boost and released a new version of Final Cut Pro. (Jin Kee/Bloomberg)

Time Capsule now comes in 2TB and 3TB flavors, an upgrade from Apple’s previous 1TB and 2TB offerings.

The new Time Capsules also support Apple’s Time Machine function and 802.11n wireless networking.

According to Apple’s online store, the 2TB Time Capsule is $299.99 and the 3TB capsule is $399.99.

The company also released its latest version of Final Cut Pro on Monday.

The newest version of Apple’s video-editing software is available for $299.99 over the Mac App Store, with companion apps Motion 5 and Compressor 4 for $49.99 each from the Mac App Store.

Final Cut Pro X is “completely rebuilt from the ground up,” said Apple’s release for the product. The biggest new feature is the Magnetic Timeline, which lets editors add and arrange clips however they like without using tracks.

The program also has a feature called “Clip Connections,” which lets users link story clips to sound effects or titles, keeping the elements in sync when they are moved around.

Related stories:

Apple explains Lion licenses

PHOTOS: Apple hits and misses over the years

Apple iPad Facebook app on its way?

Apple patent would stop iPhone concert recordings