2020-10-11 18:31:19 | Latest news and rumours for Apple’s new 2020 smartphone



Story by: Matthew Field The Telegraph

What was unveiled last month?

Apple’s first live event of the autumn did not see the reveal of the iPhone 12, however, the tech giant still made a number of big announcements.

Chief among the updates was the new Apple Watch Series 6, starting at £379. The smartwatch has a new health sensor that allows users to measure their blood oxygen levels and also hosts a new S6 chip, which the company said was based on the same hardware used in the iPhone 11.

Elsewhere, Apple also unveiled a £259 Watch SE, boasting many of the Series 6 features, but without the 6’s powerful processor and always-on display.

The iPad line-up received a boost too with the iPad Air assuming the form factor of the hugely popular iPad Pro range. 

The release of a new iPad and Apple Watches corresponded with the rollout of iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and watchOS 7 software updates. The company also announced Apple One services bundles.

Apple also unveiled its first bundle offer – a collection of subscriptions to its major services for one price – known as Apple One.

There are three tiers to Apple One. The Individual package includes Apple Music, TV+, Apple Arcade and 50GB of iCloud storage for £14.95 a month.

The top tier, known as Premier, includes Apple Music, TV+, Arcade, News+ Fitness+ and two terabytes of iCloud storage for £29.95 a month.

It also launched a new subscription service from the iPhone maker, Fitness+ offers a range of workout sessions and classes led by pro instructors, which can be viewed on an iPhone, iPad or Apple TV.

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Source References: The Telegraph

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