Apple officially announced the iPhone SE, its first new four-inch phone since the iPhone 5s in 2013. The device comes packed with most of the same internal hardware as Apple's iPhone 6s, and offers an updated take on the design of the 5s. It will be available for pre-order on March 24, with sales beginning on March 31.
The company announced a new, 9.7-inch version of the iPad Pro. Like its big brother, the new iPad Pro features support for the Apple Pencil and a new Smart Keyboard, thanks to its Smart Connector.
Apple made a few interesting announcements about the Apple Watch during the event, starting with a number of new bands. The company also cut the starting price of the watch to $299.
Apple will be releasing iOS 9.3 on Monday, March 21. The update will bring a number of changes, including Night Shift, which changes the display temperature to make nighttime viewing easier. There are also enhancements to Notes, News, CarPlay, and using the iPad in education.
tvOS 9.2 will be released alongside iOS 9.3, and bring some improvements to the Apple TV experience. Apple TV owners will be able to organize their apps into folders, and use their iCloud Photo Library. The latter will arrive with support for Live Photos taken on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.