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iPhone 13, Watch Series 7, iPad - All New Features Announced by Apple

iPhone 13, Watch Series 7, iPad – All New Features Announced by Apple

While Keynote has just ended, here is a rundown of the announcements made this Tuesday, September 14.

  • New iPad
  • Ipad mini
  • Apple Watch Series 7
  • iPhone 13 and 13 mini
  • iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max

New iPad.

This is an update from the previous version. It includes an A13 chip, automatic video face tracking, TrueTone for the display, support for Apple Pencil and finally the iPadOS 15 update.

The iPad Mini.

Like the new iPad, the iPad mini gets a nice update too. Same size and bigger screen, touchID, better cameras, 5G, but the most important thing is a USB-C port.

Apple Watch Series 7

Long awaited by many users, the design has been reworked. Therefore, we find thinner and curved screen edges. It is thinner and has a brighter screen. It will allow for faster charging and better dust resistance. New colors will also be available. No availability before this fall.

iPhone 13 and 13 mini

The main updates for these two models are: a smaller notch for faceID, a bigger battery, a brighter HDR screen. Both models carry the A15 Bionic chip. An upgrade to the photosensors is also available thanks to a larger main photosensor with a mechanical sensor stabilizer. Video mode has also been improved. 128GB of basic storage. Available to pre-order this Friday, September 17.

iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max

The great news are intended for these models there. In fact, there are new colors and more resistant materials. As advertised, smaller faceID notch, bigger battery. Both models also include the A15 Bionic chip. The display finally supports adaptive 120Hz. As for the photography unit, a good improvement also with larger photo sensors, X3 telephoto, macro mode. Pro models will support the ProRes – 1TB video codec. Also available this Friday, September 17 to pre-order.

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