Apple's March event has finished, so here's a run-down of all the exciting new products the company unveiled on Tuesday.
Going green, iPhone 13
Apple announced two new colors of iPhone 13, one for the Pro (Alpine Green), and one for the regular iPhone 13 (just green).
iPad Air with M1, 5G
Apple has a brand new iPad Air with M1 processor and 5G. It has much the same design as the previous one but now features a 12MP front-facing camera with Center Stage.
Take me out to the ball game
Friday Night Baseball is coming to Apple TV+. If there's a season, that is...
There's a new iPhone SE complete with 5G (Sub-6GHz, not mmWave), and the A15 processor from the iPhone 13. It also has better battery life, otherwise, not much has changed.
Turns out that beyond M1 Pro and M1 Max, there is a fourth GOD-TIER level of M1 Apple silicon, the M1 Ultra. It's two M1 Max chips bolted together to create mind-blowing power.
Apple also unveiled an all-new Mac Studio. It looks like a giant Mac mini with a huge cooling system and more power than you could ever imagine. From Apple:
Designed as a companion, but available standalone. The new Studio Display is a cheaper display option for professionals compared to the Pro Display XDR.
So there you have it, that's everything Apple announced at its 'Peek Performance' event.
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