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All of the major announcements from Apple's 2019 iPhone Event

Steve Jobs Theater
Steve Jobs Theater (Image credit: Rene Ritchie/iMore)

Another September, another slate of Apple product announcements. From hardware to services, here are the major things that Apple announced today.

iPhone 11 & iPhone 11 Pro

As expected, Apple announced a new version of the iPhone, the iPhone 11. Powered by Apple's new A13 system-on-a-chip, the iPhone 11 replaces last year's iPhone XR, features wide and ultra-wide cameras, and an assortment of colors. Additionally, Apple announced the iPhone 11 Pro, a triple-camera model made of stainless steel with a matte-textured glass back.

iPhone 11: Everything you need to know!

Apple Watch Series 5

The new Apple Watch Series 5 will feature a new, always-on display, while keeping the same 18-hour battery life users have come to expect. There's also now a built-in compass, complete with a complication for watch faces and a Compass app. Cellular models all have international emergency calling capability.

Apple Watch Series 5: Everything you need to know

iPad

iPad 7th generation (Image credit: Apple)

Apple unveiled a new entry-level iPad with a 10.2-inch display. It replaces last year's 9.7-inch iPad, and supports Apple Pencil, as well as, for the first time on the entry-level model, the Smart Keyboard and other Smart Connector accessories.

10.2-inch iPad: Everything you need to know!

Apple TV+

Apple TV+

Tim Cook Apple TV+ (Image credit: Apple)

We got a closer look at See, Apple's upcoming new far-future drama. Apple announced that the first shows would be available on November 1, 2019, and would cost $4.99 per month.

Apple TV+: Everything you need to know!

Apple Arcade

Apple Arcade (Image credit: Apple)

Apple showed off some of the games coming to Apple Arcade at this year's event, including games from Capcom, Konami, and Annapurna Interactive. Apple also announced that the service would debut on September 19, with a monthly subscription price of $4.99 following a one-month free trial.

Apple Arcade: Everything you need to know!

Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

3 Comments
  • Was it $4.99 a month for each person or per Family? I thought I heard Family, which would be unbelievable!
  • You can share with up to 4 or 6 family members
  • 4 or 6? What's the difference? Also, does everyone need to be at the same IP address? Netflix lets me share with family members in other locations.