New Apple Watch, new iPhones and a new iPad
We got the new Apple Watch, three new iPhones, and one new iPad, which was pretty much what we expected.However, Tim Cook and his team also dropped a slew of additional announcements on us from the Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino.
1.The Apple Arcade will be available in the App Store starting September 19 and will include a plethora of games designed specifically for the Apple ecosystem.A brand-new Arcade tab will now be available in the App Store, allowing users to quickly locate games they wish to play.You can get an all-access, unlimited pass to the Apple Arcade for $4.99 per month.
2.On November 1, Apple TV+ will begin streaming its first shows, and new content will be added monthly.This also covers the entire family and costs $4.99 per month.Additionally, purchasing an iPad, Apple TV, MacBook, etc., grants you free access to Apple TV+ for one year.
The new iPad is here!
3.The 7th Generation 10.2-inch iPad, Apple’s most popular 9.7-inch tablet, was unveiled.Under the hood, it has support for the Apple Pencil and the A10 Fusion chip.Additionally, it has a smart connector that lets you use an iPad with a full-size keypad for simple typing.It has the iPad OS, which Apple unveiled at this year’s WWDC. This is Apple’s custom-made OS for the iPad that makes the device’s larger display work better.The new iPad starts at $329, so that’s the starting price.If you opt for the Apple Trade-In (more on that later), you can also get it for $299.Although you can order them now, shipping begins on September 30.
And the Apple Watch Series 5
4. The new Apple Research Ap needs to be discussed before we move on to the Apple Watch.This new app will focus on health studies by using the Apple Heart and Movement Study, Cycle Tracking, and Apple Hearing Study—all of which investigate the effects of sound exposure on health. While you are required to provide data for this study, you are free to choose what information you provide.
5.The Apple Series 5 is next.An always-on display is included with the latest Apple Watch.You used to have to tap the screen to wake it up, but now you can tap it to make it brighter.This also comes with an 18-hour battery life, like the previous Watch.A built-in compass, a compass app, and the safety feature now include international calling are among the new additions.You no longer need your phone to make an emergency call now that you can press down on the side button.For GPS models, the Apple Watch Series 5 costs $399, while for cellular models, it costs $499.The band and case you choose determine the prices.
6. a pomegranate band, aluminum case, and W1VM 6When it comes to cases and bands, Apple now offers a facility known as the Apple Watch Studios, which can be found both in their physical stores and online. Here, you can select the case and band you want for your Apple Watch.You can completely customize the watch this way.
7.The Apple Wach Series 3 is now available for $199.We suppose that’s a good thing.
To the iPhone now…
8.Similar to the previous announcement, Apple made three iPhones this time.The 6.1-inch iPhone 11 will take the place of the “affordable” iPhone XR.The iPhone 11 has two cameras—one on the back and one on the front—powered by the brand-new A13 Bionic chip, which is intended to be the fastest CPU and GPU in smartphones. The front camera is also 12MP, and the two cameras on the back are both 12MP wide and 12MP ultra-wide.Portrait mode and a night mode have new effects.Slo-mo, cinematic video stabilization, and other features are also available on all of the cameras, which can record videos at 60 frames per second and 4K resolution.You can shoot some slofies (yes, that’s a word now) with the slo-mo video support that comes with the front camera.iOS 13 is, indeed.
9. Naturally, the cost requires an additional point.The iPhone 11 starts at $699, with a trade-in value of $399.Additionally, it is available in six colors: purple, green, yellow, black, white, and Product (Red).
10.The iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max are the next two options.The first one measures 5.8 inches, while the second one measures 6.5 inches.Additionally, this is equipped with iOS 13 and the A13 Bionic chip.The Super Retina XDR Display on these two phones is an improvement over the iPhone 11’s screen.
11.There are three cameras on the back: an ultra-wide 12MP camera, a telephoto 12MP camera, and a wide 12MP camera.A 12-megapixel front-facing camera.These cameras can record videos at 60 frames per second and 4K, among other things.Through a software update, something called Deep Fusion will be added to both iPhone 11 Pro models.To optimize the final image, Deep Fusion combines nine images.Don’t worry, there are also slfies on this one.
12. Apple iPhone 11 Pro in twelve colorsThe prices, then.The iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max costs $1,099 more.The iPhone 11 Pro is now $599, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max is now $699, thanks to trade-ins.Shipping begins on September 20.The iPhone 11 Pros come in gold, silver, midnight green, and space grey.
13.Additionally, Apple introduced a brand-new collection of iPhone 11 Pro-specific cases.
14.Numerous native apps for photos and videos will be included with the new iPhones, assisting you in enhancing your captured images and videos.Due to the different camera setup, these might differ between the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro.
Brace yourselves for some price drops
15.The iPhone XR will now be available for $599, while the iPhone 8 will cost $499 (starting price).
16.You can always trade in older Apple products if you want the new ones at a lower price.The price can be significantly reduced through trade-ins, both online and in Apple stores, and there is also the option of making simple monthly payments.