Apple's March event 2016

Apple made some big announcements at its March event. Here is a summary of the event in pictures.

Liam helps keep iPhones out of our landfills

Liam the destruction robot

Apple designed products to last and be reused when recycled. Liam the robot deconstructs it.

When an iOS device can't be reused, Apple makes sure it gets recycled thanks to help from a friendly robot named Liam, which detects recyclable parts, removes them, and repurposes them.

CareKit will bring patients, doctors, and developers together in April

CareKit for iOS

CareKit is a framework to build apps that empower people to take an active role in their care.

Apple launched CareKit so that developers can create apps that do more than just monitor health. It helps people better understand what affects their health. It uses the internal sensors on the iPhone to collect and analyze data, like the using the accelerometer to track motion after surgery.

Apple adds new watch bands and drops the starting price to $299

Apple Watch nylon bands

Nylon woven band features a unique four-layer construction and comes in a variety of vibrant colors.

There are so many new bands heading to an Apple retail store near you that it will make your head spin. Our favorites include the many colors of the new nylon band and the sleek new Space Black Milanese Loop.

And, don't forget that Apple also announced the launch of watch OS 2.2.

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Apple TV software gets folders, dictation in search fields, and Siri for the App Store

Apple TV's newest software update

At the heart of the Apple TV experience is Siri.

With tvOS 9.2, you can put apps into folders, use voice dictation to search and enter passwords, and you can now use Siri to search for apps in the Apple TV App Store.

The four-inch iPhone SE is announced

iPhone SE comes in four colors

Last year, we sold over 30 million four-inch iPhones.

The iPhone SE comes in Silver, Space Gray, Gold, and Rose Gold starting at $399.

iPhone SE has the same fantastic iSight camera as the iPhone 6s

iPhone SE with 12 MP camera

People love taking pictures on their iPhone, more than any other phone or camera.

The iPhone SE comes with a 12 MP front-facing camera, which means you can get the same clarity as the iPhone 6s. Plus, it supports Live Photos.

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Oh, and 4K video, too

iPhone SE with 4K video

Just like the iPhone 6s, you can edit up to two streams of 4K video with iMovie right on the iPhone SE.

iOS 9.3 with Night Shift mode, Notes Lock, and more

Notes Lock on iOS 9.3

iOS 9.3 is one of the biggest 'dot' releases we've ever done.

You can dim the on-screen lighting with Night Shift mode, lock your notes with a password or Touch ID, and a whole lot more thanks to the update to iOS 9.3.

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The iPad Pro goes smaller

9.7-inch iPad Pro

For most people, the iPad Pro is the ultimate upgrade.

Get all the specs of the larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro, but in a smaller form factor at only 9.7-inches.

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Don't forget the Smart Keyboard!

Smart Keyboard

The Smart Keyboard is specifically designed for the 9.7-inch size.

In addition to a Smart Keyboard, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro supports the beloved Apple Pencil.

Say goodbye to Town Hall and hello to Apple Campus II

Apple Campus II

This is probably the last product introduction in the Town Hall that you are sitting in today.

By 2017, Apple hopes to have its larger campus ready for use. Which means the next Town Hall meeting will take places in the new location.

Conclusion

With all of these new hardware and software announcements, there are still tons of pictures, videos, and details to come. Stick with us to find out more.