Will the annual September Apple Event finishing just over a week ago now, we take a little re-cap into what they have informed us on what to look forward to and new releases up and coming? Surprisingly, the iPhone 12 wasn’t even introduced to us tech fans, however, there certainly was some interesting releases to discuss.
The main release in which Apple released as it show-stopping product was that of the Apple Watch Series 6 – this newest release of the ever-popular watch offers a similar design to previous generations (something in which Apple is known for not changing the design of their products too much) but have added a range of new colours for their products.
The new features internally for the Series 6 is what’s most impressive though, with a sensor to track blood oxygen saturation, a new S6 chip, 2.5x brighter than previous models, and still only available at £349 – a decent price for the best smart watch on the market.
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Next on the list is that of the iPad Air which is the first iPad to get the edge-to-edge display which is surprising to see on their budget model. This device boasts a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with smaller buttons around the edge than usual. Touch ID has now moved to the power button as the Home Button has been taken away – which means there is zero Face ID at all on this device.
The iPad Air is now offering Apple’s A14 Bionic processor, the chip which is expected to run the new iPhone when announced, 40% increases in CPU performance and then 30% increases in graphics performance. The iPad Air starts at $599 and will be available in the middle of October.
And finally, the release of their new update iOS 14 which has been one of the most exciting release of their in years – the addition of widgets to the home screens of iPhones is something that has been touted for iPhones for years and the customisation of the home screen is something that is very welcomed amongst iPhone fans.