With the keynote address concluded, here is a review of the announcements made on Tuesday, September 14th.
- New iPad
- IPod mini
- Apple Watch Series7
- IPhone 13 & 13 Mini
- iPhone 13 Pro & Pro Max
This is an update to the previous version. These include the A13 chip, automatic video face tracking, support for TrueTone on the screen, Apple Pencil and finally the iPadOS 15 update.
Like the new iPad, the iPod mini gets a nice update. Same size and larger screen, touch ID, better cameras, 5G, but more importantly a USB-C port.
Apple Watch Series7
Long-awaited by many users, the design has been redesigned. So we see thin and curved screen edges. It is thin and has a bright screen. This will allow for faster charging and better resistance to dust. New colors are also available. Not available before this fall.
IPhone 13 & 13 Mini
Major updates for these two models: a small peak for FaceID, a larger battery, and a brighter HDR screen. Both models have an A15 bionic chip. The update of the photo sensors is available thanks to the large main photo sensor with the mechanical stabilizer of the sensor. Video mode has also been improved. 128GB basic storage. Pre-order will be available on Friday, September 17th.
iPhone 13 Pro & Pro Max
Big innovations are designed for these models. In fact, there are newer colors and more resistant materials. As advertised, small FaceIT notch, large battery. Both models include an A15 bionic chip. The screen finally supports adaptive 120 Hz. With regard to the photo unit, a nice improvement with larger photo sensors, X3 telephoto, macro mode. Pro models support the ProRes video codec – 1TB. Pre-orders will also be available this Friday, September 17th.
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