Missed the Apple product launch event last week? We got you covered. Apple announced three new products; the iPhone 11, the Apple Watch Series 5 and the upgraded 7th-Gen iPad. Here’s a look at the three products and their new features. 

1. iPhone 11

Just like it does every year, Apple announced a new spin on its flagship product — the iPhone. Only this time around, there will be three separate models for tech fans to get their hands on: the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. At first, this sounds a little confusing, but each model comes with innovative features that everyone expects from Apple. 

All three phones feature the new A13 Bionic processor, which will optimize gameplay and web browsing. Then there are multiple rear cameras and brand-new video tools like Night Mode.

But what sets these phones apart? Let’s take a closer look at some of the specs.

You’ll notice the difference when it comes to screen size. The iPhone 11 boasts a 6.1-inch LED screen, while the iPhone 11 Pro offers a smaller 5.8-inch OLED screen [1]. The iPhone 11 Pro Max, however, clocks in with a massive 6.5-inch OLED screen. If size matters, the Pro Max is your best bet. 

The Pro and Pro Max offer better screen resolution (both have 458ppi) than the standard iPhone 11 (326ppi), while the Pro Max is the heaviest phone (7.97 oz/226g) of the three. (The iPhone 11 weighs 6.84 oz/194g; the Pro weighs 6.63 oz/188g.)   

All three models come with the latest iOS 13.

At time of press, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max cost $699, $999, and $1,099 respectively. All three Apple products will be available in our MelroseMac stores on September 20. 

2. Apple Watch Series 5

The smartwatch market has exploded in recent years, and Apple has just announced the latest incarnation of its Apple Watch. Sure, it’s similar to the Series 4, with available display sizes of 40mm and 44mm [2]. The battery life still lasts for around 18 hours. The price is similar, too — $399.

So, does it make sense to upgrade? 

Well, there are some significant aesthetic changes. The new Apple Watch comes in ceramic and titanium, and both will look great on your wrist. Plus, the Series 5 has a retina display that stays on continuously, therefore you no longer have to touch your Apple watch to wake it up. 

3. New iPads

Apple didn’t reveal too much about the iPad at its product launch event — the main focus was on the new iPhone and Apple Watch. However, expect a new twist on the iPad Pro later in the year, with faster processors and cameras [3].

Apple also announced they are making a new version of its budget iPad model, with a size increase from 9.7 inches to 10.2 inches. 

These are the latest Apple products that you’ll be hearing about in the months to come. Remember, though, all tech is fallible, and you’ll need to safeguard your data at all times, whether you’re using the latest iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch.

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