Apple’s ‘California Streaming’ Unveils an iPhone 13, a new iPad, and More
All of the Biggest Announcements From Apple’s September Keynote Event
It is that time of the year again. It is time all gadget lovers wait for excitement. Apple’s big California event was held recently, and it impressed most people. This time Apple came up with many new launches, the most prominent ones include an iPhone 13, a new iPad, and an Apple Watch Series 7.
As expected by many tech fans, Apple has released a new iPad just because the company has to release one every year. The new iPad is better than the previous versions because it has a 12 MP ultra-wide camera. It also has a Centre Stage from iPad Pro. It is a feature that zooms and pans during TikTok use and video calls. The base model of this new iPad will come with 64GB of space, not 32.
The price of the new iPad, 9th Gen, will start at AU$ 499 for Wi-Fi models, and it will be AU$ 699 for Wi-Fi + Cellular models. It will be compatible with accessories like an Apple Pencil, a Smart Keyboard, a Smart cover, and you need to purchase them separately. The iPad sales began on September 15, and it will be available in stores from September 24.
If you want to buy a giant smartphone, you can buy this baby. It has many design features similar to the new iPhones, iPad Air and iPad Pro. These include magnetized sides, squared keyboards, and magnetized keyboard support. Apple Pencil 2 is also compatible with this device, and the iPad Mini will also get some GPU and CPU jumps. It starts at AU$ 749 for the Wi-Fi version and AU$ 979 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular version. Pre-orders have begun, and the device will be available in stores from September 24.
Apple Watch Series 7
The Apple Watch is becoming rounder with time. It can fast charge to let power up in just 45 minutes and has better battery life. It also has better dust resistance and new bands, new faces, and new colours. The Australian price and release date of this cool gadget is yet to be announced by Apple.
iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini
iPhone 13 seems better than iPhone 12 and has many colour options, a brighter screen, and smaller camera size. It is also fast, has a good battery, and will still run on 5G. The camera improvements include a Cinematic mode which lets you choose focal points even after the shooting is done.
The cost of the new iPhone 13 starts at AU$ 1,349, and pre-orders will begin at 10 pm AEST on Friday, September 17. Soon after that, the device will go on sale from Friday, September 24. The cost of the iPhone 13 mini will start at AU$ 1,199. Pre-orders will begin at 10 pm AEST on Friday, September 17. The device will then go on sale from Friday, September 24.
iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max
The new iPhone 13 Pro has an appealing trio of cameras and comes with a DSLR lens canister attached. The camera of this device lets you tweak setting before you shoot so that you do not have to edit all the photos in the same way later. It also has amazing ProMotion software that ensures a faster refresh rate and a new Super Retina XDR screen.
The cost of the iPhone Pro will start at AU$ 1,699, and pre-orders will begin at 10 pm AEST on Friday, September 17. After that, this device will go on sale from Friday, September 24. Similarly, the price of the iPhone Pro Max will start at AU$ 1,849. Its pre-orders will begin at 10 pm AEST on Friday, September 17. Then, it will go on sale from Friday, September 24.
Apple’s California Streaming iPhone 13 event
All in all, it can be said that Apple’s California event covered all the essentials. It had iPhone 13 we all knew about, a new iPad which the company has to launch every year, and an impressive Apple Watch 7. So, it was a good show but did not have a huge surprise for the fans.
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