The “Time Flies” event led by Apple on September 15 revealed some futuristic devices and technologies that enable a personalized way of handling digitization. It was nothing about new iPhones this time but looked more focused on software and hardware upgrades.

Let’s take a tour of the product launched by Apple in its first fall event.

The events’ key takeaway products could be the all-new Apple Watch Series, iPad Air, and Apple One Services.

The event was covered at the Apple facility, California, by Tim Cook. The first product introduced was the cutting edge,

Apple Watch Series 6

Apple Watch Series 6

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It shares the same design of series 4 series 5, but comes with new internal enhancements and refined finished lines. Guess what? It also features an oximeter sensor. The Apple Watch Series 6 can measure blood oxygen levels. With the new oxygen in your blood, you can measure in just 15 seconds. The Apple Watch Series 6 host new S6 chip that is too fast with altimeter, upgraded performance, and new sensors.

Series 6 comes in new colors, including a blue aluminum case, golden stainless steel, graphite, also known as gray stainless steel called and, for the first time, there is a red model of the Apple Watch product. The most appealing are the watch faces and dial with a Memoji feature. The starting price of Apple Watch Series is $399 (GPS version).

Apple Watch SE

Apple Watch se

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The watch collection doesn’t end here. Apple also rolled out Apple Watch Special Edition is billed as an affordable version in the series. It operates on watchOS 7 and comes with Retina display in both 40mm and 44mm sizes. The SE version is available in both cellular and GPS Versions. Other features include accelerometer, altimeter, and gyroscope that are identical to Apple Watch Series 6. The price of GPS-version is $279 and cellular edition comes at $329.

Next comes the ultimate way of nurturing your wellbeing,

Apple Fitness+

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The earlier rumors could turn into a next big technological trend in healthcare and wellbeing. Apple Fitness+ is a precisely crafted and dedicated fitness service that works in-sync with Apple Watch. Subscribing to the services offers workout sessions in multiple categories, comprising yoga and outdoor workouts. The company also claims that it would add new sessions every week. The subscription starts from $9.99/ month and $79.99 annually.

Apple One

Apple One

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Apple had a long time planned for an all in one integrated plan to bring all its services under one umbrella. Apple One service bundle consolidates Apple TV Plus, Apple Music, iCloud storage, Apple Arcade, and Apple News Plus. This service’s subscription is categorized into three plans; individual plans for $14.95/ month, family plans for $19.9/month, and a Premier plan for $29.95/month.

The arrival of a showstopper,

iPad Air 

iPad Air

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Apple unveiled a new iPad Air with a full-screen design, like the company’s iPad Pro. It features a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with a resolution of 2360 x 1640. The fresh iPad Air is integrated with all new 5 nm A14 Bionic chip designed by Apple. The tech giant also stated that it sports new 4-core GPU architecture, sports a 6-core processor, and a 16-core neural engine. Coming onto the cameras, it has the same 12-megapixel rear camera as the iPad Pro, but with enhanced video stabilization, and also a 7-megapixel HD FaceTime camera on the front. The lightning port is also disabled for USB-C. The new iPad is available in five colors; space gray, sky blue, rose gold, green, silver, and starts at $599.

This was some latest highlights of Apple’s September event. Some more software updates are yet to be announced that comprise iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, and tvOS 14.

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