Apple Special Event
So some of you may have watched the Apple Special Event last night. But for those that missed it, here is a brief explanation what Apple introduced.
- Apple Arcade
- Apple TV+
- A new iPad
- Apple Watch Series 5
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro & Pro Max
Releasing September 19th, the Apple Arcade will be visible in the App Store. The subscription will be £4.99 a month, with a 1-month free trial. This means that people will have access to over 100 new games. You can share the subscription with up to 5 family members. The games are Ad-free and no additional purchases are required. You can download to play online or off. You device whether to share your personal data and it work with screen time and parental controls.
Releasing November 1st, the subscription cost £4.99 per month after a 7-day trial. Always ad-free and on demand. Allows up to six family members and can download and watch offline. 4K HDR and Dolby Atmos. With purchases for example a new iPhone, Apple will give you 1 year free included.
Available from the 30.09, the new iPad starts from £349. A few features are a 10.2” retina display, Apple pencil support, A10 fusion chip, 8-meganpixel camera, can use a smart keyboard which attaches and doubles up as a case.
Series 5 Apple Watch:
Available from the 20.09, the Series 5 Apple Watch starts from £399. A Few features to note, is the always-on retina display, Apple allow you to paid any strap to watch face with the new Apple Watch Studio, and informs you when things are getting a little loud.
Available to pre-order from 1:00pm on 13.09. Starting from £729, the device comes in 6 different colours, white, black, green, yellow, purple and (PRODUCT)RED. It has a 6.1” liquid retina HD display, with a glass and aluminium design. The device comes with a dual 12MP ultra wide and wide 2 camera setup with night mode. Utilising Apples new A13 Bionic chip and the device also last up to 1 hour longer than the XR.
iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max:
Available to pre-order from 1:00pm on 13.09. The device starts from £1,049 for the Pro and £1,149 for the Pro Max. The pro has a 5.8” super retina XDR display and the Max comes with a 6.5” super retina XDR display. They have a texture matt glass and stainless steel design, utilising a 3-rear camera set up. There is a 12mp ultra wide, wide and telephoto camera with night mode. Also using the A13 Bionic chip. The Pro lasts up to 4 hours longer than the Xs and the Max lasts up to 5 hours longer than to Xs Max.
There is so so much more to talk about. But this is a brief explanation for the people that missed the event last night.