Apple just held their September 2020 event where they introduced the new Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE, iPad Air, and more. Let's take a look below!
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Since Apple sells a ton of services, they're now offering customers a chance to buy them all in one convenient bundle called Apple One.
This three tiered subscription service offers Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+ and iCloud, and includes the following options:
For the more fitness focused customers, Apple is now offering a new subscription service called Fitness+, which offers different exercises, such as yoga and cycling, for just $9.99 per month.
Apple's brand new Apple Watch Series 6 will start at $399, which is the same price that its predecessor, the Series 5, launched for last year.
The Apple Watch Series 6 will feature a new app that monitors your blood oxygen level from your wrist. Using infrared sensors on the bottom, the app can tell you how much oxygen is flowing through your blood. In addition, the app will also notify you if you are at a higher altitude to help remind you that your blood oxygen level may be different than normal.
Other brand-new features include new Watch faces that displays multiple time zones at once, an ability to track your laps, and one that features your animated Memoji.
Apple also unveiled a new "budget friendly" watch called the Apple Watch SE. Though, considering the starting price is $279, it really isn't all that budget friendly.
This new watch uses a slower chip than the Apple Watch Series 6, however it's still twice as fast as the Series 3 model. It runs with the latest version of Watch OS, and the cellular model offers phone calls, messaging, and more. Plus, as with the other models, the SE includes fall detection, the latest motion sensors, and is waterproof.
Apple introduced the new 8th generation of iPad, which will run from $329 starting on Friday (10/18).
This new generation of iPad will feature an all-day battery, a better camera, faster graphics and processing, and an A12 bionic chip. Apple calls it "more powerful than ever."
Apple also unveiled an all new, completely redesigned iPad Air, which features a larger 10.9" screen and smaller Touch ID fingerprint unlock sensor. It will also be powered by Apple's new A14 silicon chip. You can purchase this new iPad in five different colors, such as rose gold, blue, and green.