This is Apple Event Day! The day when the company (again remote/virtual) takes the stage and shows everything that she is currently working behind the scenes.
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New iPhone SE
Apple’s more wallet-compatible iPhone, the iPhone SE, is being upgraded: the new I phone will now run the A15 Bionic (a chip similar to the iPhone 13), which means it can handle things like live text. Copying real-world text from. Camera view). It now offers 5G support, and promises to “improve” battery life. For those of you who have lost things over the past iPhones, it still has a home button (with fingerprint reader) and a 4.7% display (now with the same more durable glass in the iPhone 13).
It’ll start at $429, shipping on March 18.
New iPad Air
The iPad Air M1 is going with Apple’s custom-built silicon (formerly found in its laptop lineup), making its way into this latest generation. The center stage is also creating an airway, allowing the wide-angle front camera to pan around the room to automatically keep your face in the center during video calls.
This latest iPad Air will start at $599, and start shipping on March 18.
Apple has more new silicone! Instead of jumping from M1 to M2, though, they are extending the M1 line with “M1 Ultra” – so now M1, M1 Pro, M1 Max, and M1 Ultra exist. It basically combines the two M1 Maxs in a way that looks like a chip on the OS, which brings ridiculous performance with extremely high performance.
At 7.7×7.7×3.7 inches, the Mac Studio looks like a Mac Mini that… is a good size. Apple company says about this new machine, thanks to M1 Ultra, is 2.5x faster on the CPU front than the fastest 27-inch iMac, and a Mac Pro 50% faster than with a 16 core Xeon processor.
On the backside of this: four Thunderbolt 4/USB-C ports, 10-gigabit Ethernet, HDMI port and two USB-A ports, and an audio jack. On the front side of this: two more USB-C ports and an SD slot are available on Mac studio.
It will start at $1,999 with an M1 Max.M1 ultra starting price shooting up to $3,999 if you need that shiny new M1 Ultra. Starts shipping on March 18.
Been waiting for a new Apple display? Their newest, now called the Studio Display, is a 27-inch 5K display. It’s got an ultra-wide 12-megapixel camera (with center stage support) built-in, a three-mic array, and a six-speaker sound system with spatial audio support. It’s got 3 USB-C ports on the back, plus one thunderbolt port. Apple says it’ll have multiple different mounting options: a tilting stand, a tilt/height-adjustable stand, and a VESA-mount option.
The studio starts display will start at $1,599. It’ll start shipping on March 18.