This year’s Apple Special Event wasn’t the usual banger. In addition to it beeing made with no public, wich is always a bit sad to think about, it didn’t come with the usual iPhone unveil surprises (those are to be expected later this year, perhaps next month).
In any case, Apple has invested in other areas, they have shown us some software additions with new fitness and workout services and upgrades of other surrently available apps as well as some hardware devices with new looks, like the new Apple Watch Series 6, the most colorful Apple Watch so far.
These are the core announcements made this tuesday:
Apple Watch Series 6
A huge step in health monitoring, this new Apple Watch features an oxygen measuring tool to check your blood oxygen level. With a lot of other fitness and workout trackers, it sure is the healthiest Apple Watch.
Apple Watch SE
A less expensive version of the Apple Watch with a wide range of customization kits. Also features the “Family Setup” that allows kids and elders to use it without an iPhone.
8th Gen iPad
This new generation still features the same old physical home button but it is slightly more capable than the previous one. It has a lot of accessories to be bought as well as the Apple Pencil and Smartkeyboard. Also, you can connect your Playstation or Xbox Controller to play.
New iPad Air
A smaller, lighter, on the go studio with slick design. Very capable chip, will not let you down in performance and speed.
New service that allows Apple Watch users to connect to trainers. Browse through a catalog of workout videos that you can do with little to no equipment. New workout videos will be published weekly that will make you want to track all your fitness and health with your new Apple Watch.
“Looks brand new. Feels like home. iOS 14 brings a fresh look to the things you do most often, making them easier than ever. New features help you get what you need in the moment. And the apps you use all the time become even more intelligent, more personal, and more private.”