It’s been almost five months since Apple last held it, so this week’s “peak performance” event was a breath of fresh air that not only delivered some long-expected updates in the form of new iPhone SE and iPad Air models, but Also brand new Mac Studio and Studio Display pairing.
There are many more products coming from Apple throughout 2022, but read below for our summary of this first round of updates!
Everything Announced in Just Seven Minutes at Apple’s Event
Apple held its “peak performance” event this week and introduced several new products, including a Mac Studio desktop computer powered by Apple’s latest M1 Ultra chip, a 27-inch studio display, the third-generation iPhone SE and the fifth-generation iPad. Is. Wind.
Apple also released new color options for iPhone cases and Apple Watch bands, made black and silver magic accessories available for purchase separately, the discontinued 27-inch iMac, and more.
We’ve put together a video that replicates everything Apple announced at its event in just seven minutes.
Apple announces powerful ‘Mac Studio’ with M1 Ultra chip
At its event, Apple announced a new high-end M1 Ultra chip with a 20-core CPU, up to a 64-core GPU, and a 32-core Neural Engine. The M1 Ultra chip is essentially two interconnected M1 Max chips.
The first Mac to use the M1 Ultra is the new Mac Studio desktop computer, which looks like a taller version of the Mac mini. The computer can be configured with up to 8TB of SSD storage and up to 128GB of integrated memory and has a wide range of ports on both the back and front.
Prices for the Mac Studio start at $1,999 when configured with the M1 Max chip and $3,999 with the M1 Ultra chip.
Apple unveils 27-inch 5K ‘Studio Display’ priced at $1,599. Is
Nearly six years after discontinuing Thunderbolt Display, Apple has finally re-entered the consumer-grade external display market.
The new 27-inch studio display features a slim all-aluminum enclosure with built-in stand, 5K resolution, up to 600 nits of brightness, an A13 Bionic chip that powers advanced camera and audio features, a 12-megapixel Ultra With the wide camera taking center stage, and much more.
Studio Display pricing starts at $1,599, with a height-adjustable stand and nano-texture glass upgrade options available.
Apple announces new iPhone SE with A15 Bionic and 5G connectivity
After months of rumours, the third generation iPhone SE has finally been announced. As expected, key new features include the A15 Bionic chip and 5G support, as well as increased 4GB of RAM.
The new iPhone SE starts at $429 for the 2020 model from $399, and the device is available with 64GB, 128GB and 256GB of storage. Keep in mind that the new iPhone SE doesn’t support the fastest mmWave 5G band.
Apple unveils new iPad Air with M1 chip, optional 5G and faster USB-C port
The fifth generation iPad Air is now official, includes key new features including the same M1 chip as the iPad Pro, 5G support for cellular models, an upgraded 12-megapixel ultra-wide front camera with center stage, 2x faster USB- . Sea port compared to the previous generation iPad Air, and more.
The iPad Air is priced starting at $599 and has a new purple color option to choose from.
Apple unveils new iPhone 13 ‘Green’ and iPhone 13 Pro ‘Alpine Green’ colors
Apple has introduced a new iPhone color at its Spring event for the second year in a row.
This year, there are actually two new colors, with a green finish now available for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini and an alpine green finish added for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
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