Apple held the first announcement event for 2022. At the beginning of the event, the company’s CEO Tim Cook Revealed another shade of iPhone 13 – green, which joins the other shades in which these devices are available. The early purchase of the green device will begin this coming Friday, and it will hit stores on March 18th.
Following the announcement of the new shade, Cook unveiled the new version of the iPhone SE – the company’s low-cost model – which has not been updated for about two years.
Externally – the new device is similar to the Iphone SE available today, and includes a 4.7-inch screen. In addition, according to the various estimates and leaks, it includes the A15 Bionic processor (included in the iPhone 13 devices), along with support for fifth-generation connectivity – 5G. Depending on the various assessments, the device does not include Face ID support. It is available in four memory volumes – 64, 128 and 256 GB.
Apple further claims that the battery life of the device is better than that of the previous generation. In addition, the glass on the front and back of the device was transmitted to Victus glass which is on the iPhone 13, and it holds the IP67 standard for resistance to dust and water. The new iPhone includes a single photo array, which includes a 12-megapixel camera with an f / 1.8 aperture key and support for most of Apple’s photo features. It also offers support for QI standard wireless charging and 20 watt fast charging.
Pre-ordering the device, which is available for purchase in starlight, blue and red colors, will begin this coming Friday, when it hits stores on March 18th. Its price tag will stand at $ 429, slightly more than the previous generation.
Another product that received an update is the iPad Air – which received the M1 chip (which is in the company’s computers) and 5G support. This is a decision that some define as quite surprising, as according to the various leaks, it was supposed to get the A15 processor, which is integrated into other company iPads. In any case, according to Apple, the new processor makes the iPad Air twice as fast as the previous generation, and from any Windows laptop with the same price tag.
The new iPad is equipped with a 10.9-inch screen, and the Touch ID has moved to the top button of the device, and it also supports the second generation of the Apple Pencil. In addition, it includes a wide camera with a resolution of 12 megapixels, along with the feature Center Stage that makes sure that the person appearing in the camera is displayed in the center of the frame.
The new device is available in 64 and 256 GB of memory and in five colors: space gray, star light, pink, purple and blue, with the price tag starting at $ 599. The early sale of the new iPad Air models will begin this coming Friday, and they will hit stores a week later, on March 18th.