The 2021 Apple Keynote aired yesterday, with a list of new product announcements and updates to their iPad, iPad Mini, Apple Watch, as well as the latest iPhone. Apple first announced Apple TV+, which includes Apple original films, series, and documentaries.
Apple’s newest iPad contains an A13 bionic chip, enhancing speed and display, a new speaker system with stereo sound quality in landscape mode, and an improved rear camera with enhanced autofocus in low light. The new iPad supports the Center Stage and True Tones apps from the iPad Pro, as well as the first generation Apple Pencil. The new iPad Mini is also powered by the A13 chip and features a new ultra thin design with rounded, straight edge corners and an 8.3” display. The larger screen display requires a new home for the touch ID, which can now be found on the lock button. The new iPad Mini also includes a USBC port and now comes in an array of new colors.
Apple has engineered its most durable watch yet in the Watch Series 7, with a larger, 1.7mm display that rounds at the edges and blends seamlessly into the rest of the watch. The new features include a fall detection in cycling that gives cyclists the option to call for help if a fall is dangerous or potentially life threatening. Several new workout modes have been added to the Apple Fitness+ app including pilates, guided meditation, and group workouts which allow you to join friends during your fitness routine. The watch Series 7 also comes with new watch bands in an assortment of new colors.
The long awaited iPhone 13, 13 Mini, 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max were announced last, and each come with exciting new features including an A15 bionic chip, larger battery, a new diagonal camera design, a brighter display, a ceramic shield, more storage options, and new film applications and privacy features.
Apple has implemented a more environmentally friendly design in their new products. Both iPad models announced are built with a 100% recycled aluminum enclosure, which every iPad in the lineup will now include, and the iPhone 13 antenna lines use upcycled water bottles, a first for the industry. In addition, the company has excluded outer plastic from the packaging.
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