New iPhone SE models with 5G connectivity, a new iPad Air and speedier desktop Mac processors were introduced by Apple on Tuesday. In comparison, the previous iPhone SE model was $399. On March 18, the new phone will ship.
In addition to the A15 Bionic chip, the iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch retina display with touch ID and a home button. In a statement, Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, said: “Our existing users demand a smaller iPhone at a fantastic price.”
Apple unveiled the M1 Ultra, a new CPU designed to boost desktop Mac performance. Unlike M1 chips, the M1 Ultra is made up of two M1 Max chips together.
With a redesigned design, 5G connectivity and a speedier M1 chipset from MacBooks, the new iPad Air is the first refresh in over two years. Beginning March 18, the price will be $599.
Apple to release low-cost 5G iPhones. The front camera on the new iPad Air is 12 megapixels.
A new iPhone 13 model with alpine green and gold finishes was also announced.
For the first time ever, Apple TV+ will broadcast MLB games on Friday nights. The weekly double header will be in eight nations.
Having specialised 5G antennas and radio components for quicker speeds has been a significant priority for Apple’s high-end flagship product, the iPhone 13.
To tempt budget-conscious users, Apple’s SE model will now support 5G. Some customers may want to “future-proof” their purchases because 5G service is still patchy in many regions across the world.
According to Counterpoint Research analyst Neil Shah, adding 5G functionality to an older 4G iPhone would be a compelling feature for people to upgrade.
Recent iPhone SE sales have been concentrated in the US, Japan, and Western Europe.