The new iPad now has a 10.2" retina screen. It will have a smart connector on its side to connect it with a full size keyboard, as well as working with the first-generation Apple Pencil. For this device, Apple is keeping the home button for the time being, including TouchID. It will cost $329 and pre-orders start today, with shipping on September 30th.
Apple Watch Series 5:
This new Apple Watch has an always-on display. When you lower your arm, the brightness drops and the refresh rate dips down to one refresh per second. Apple says that the battery should last about 18 hours on a single charge.
First up is the iPhone 11. The iPhone has a 6.1" display with the "toughest glass" ever on an iPhone. The device features a dual camera system on the back. The flash is now 36% brighter. The front facing camera has been upgraded to 12MP, and can record 60 FPS 4k and slow motion video. The device runs on Apple's own A13 processor.
Next up is the iPhone 11 Pro/Pro Max.
While this device is still running on Apple's A13 processor, but has three cameras rather than two. Apple says that this device will get 4 more hours of battery life compared to last year's phones.
The iPhone 11 will start at $699, the iPhone 11 Pro at $999, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max at $1099.
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