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All You Need to Know About Tuesday's Apple Event

Apple launched its huge event with a big reveal, non-other than the Apple Watch, a new member of the iPad family, accompanied by the Apple Watch Series 6, the Apple Watch SE, the revamped iPad Air; featuring the A14 Bionic chip, and another eighth-gen iPad on Tuesday with CEO Tim Cook.


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Turned into a reality, the Apple One bundle of Apple Arcade, Apple TV Plus, iCloud, Apple Music, and other features is ready to upgrade your daily gameplay beginning at $14.95 (747.50), a month which includes the new Fitness Plus service.


Confirming its launch "a few weeks later" than its standard mid-September launch, the upcoming iPhone 12 is not present on the event. However, fresh upgrades on Apple's operating systems; iPadOS 14, iOS 14, WatchOS 7, and TVOS 14 was released on Wednesday and is now ready for updates.



The Apple iPad Air and iPad 8th Gen


Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the new generation of the iPad gets a competitive update; the A12 Bionic processor. It starts at $329 (₱16,450) and will be available for release this Friday.


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Comes in bright hues, the new iPad Air fuses a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina show. It also comes with the most anticipated updates; Touch ID through its power button. It bounces to the new 5-nanometer A14 Bionic chip with six centers and a four-center GPU. It will be available in October with a price point of $599 (₱29,950).


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The Apple Watch SE and Watch Series 6

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The new Apple Watch Series 6 has exciting new playful hues and touches, consistent screen display, and widened health monitor, including blood oxygen immersion, or Sp02. It consists of a quicker A13-based processor. Its band's new design is single and stretchy. With a price point of $399 (₱19,950), Apple also included another Family Setup choice that doesn't need matching to an iPhone and an extended parental control feature.


With a bigger display, the Apple Watch SE comes at a moderate more reasonable starting price of $279 (₱13,950). Watch Series 3 is still available at $199 (₱9,950). Offering custom-fitted workouts, Fitness Plus is another watch-driven subscription available for $9.99 (₱499.50) every month or $80 (₱4000) every year.






Resources: https://www.cnet.com/news/apple-event-everything-announced-from-apple-watch-series-6-and-apple-watch-se-to-apple-one/

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