The Apple event hosted on September 15 was remarkable. The company gave us an insight into all the upcoming products and what to expect. We wished to know a little more about iPhone 12, but that too will be released sometime during the middle of October.
What was revealed in the Apple event?
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, started the Apple event by exhibiting the latest addition to the Apple Watch and iPads. He quickly told us about the Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE, and the new design for iPad Air. The redesigned version is going to have A14 Bionic chip with a new eight-gen iPad.
The speculated Apple One bundle from the Apple Arcade, iCloud, Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, and more services came to reality by starting at $14.95 per month. It also includes the service of Fitness Plus. You got to admit that the real killer app of the Apple One bundle is the least sexy of all.
The event surprised many Apple fans as they were not expecting details of the iPhone 12. The company informed it would be available within a few weeks. Initially, it was set for a mid-September launch. Speculations suggest that it will be released either on October 13 or October 14. The new versions of the operating system will be iOS 14, iPadOS 14, TVOS 14, and WatchOS 7 – all of these were on board from September 16.
Latest update to Apple iPad and iPad Air
It has been 10 years since the iPad launched in the market. The newest version gets a power update to A12 Bionic processor. The price of the product remains the same at $329, and pre-orders have started from September 18.
The latest version of iPad Air has colors of the rainbow! With a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display and long-waited update, including Touch ID via the power button, it is what dreams look like. The product has a 5-nanometer A14 Bionic chip along with six cores and a four-core GPU. From October, you can start buying the product at the starting price of $599.
Apple Watch 6 and SE
The company recapped their updates to Watch OS 7 that was announced at the WWDC. Apple Watches from the Series 6 gets more color options and finishes. The always-on display looks anew with more health measurements like blood oxygen saturation or Sp02.
The watches come with an A13-based processor that has been customized to work faster. The design of the band is also new comes with a stretchy loop. The price of the watch starts at $399 and is shipping since September 18.
The Apple brand has added another member to their Family Setup. It doesn’t need pairing with iPhone or expanded parental control.
Apple Watch SE comes with a big display and is more affordable, with the starting price of $279. Series 3 watches remain at the lineup of $199, while Fitness Plus is an addition to the Watch subscriptions for tailored workout possibilities at $9.99 monthly charge or $80 yearly.