Apple event round up: iPhone SE, iPad Pro and more

What we learned from today’s Apple event is Apple is back to compact device designs. The new smaller screen iPad Pro and 4 inch iPhone confirm this theory.Here is everything you need to know about the Apple’s event,

The new iPhone SE

Apple just announced its most anticipated iPhone the iPhone SE. As we have already seen in rumors the device looks fairly similar to iPhone 5S. The iPhone SE comes up with a 4 inch retina display, A9 chip, 12MP primary iSight camera with dual tone flash which is capable of 4K video recording, live photos, improved battery, NFC for Apple Pay, and Touch ID . iPhone SE starts from $399.


iOS 9.3

2 GB (Not confirmed)

4-inch 640 x 1136 pixels Retina display

12MP primary, 1.2MP secondary

1.8GHz  Apple A9  dual core processor

16GB internal memory

1643mAh li-ion poly
Touch ID, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass

(Source: The Verge)

The new iPad Pro

Apple announced the new smaller version of iPad Pro, It has almost same hardware with upgraded cameras and smaller display with the new True tone technology. It has 12MP of Primary camera which is capable of shooting in 4K and 5MP front facing camera. The new True tone feature measure the brightness and ambient light temperature and adapts to your surrounding environment.  The new 9.7 inch iPad Pro starts at $599. 

(Source: SlashGear)

New Apple TV OS

Apple also announced the new update for the Apple TV OS. Users can download the latest tvOS9.2 starting from today. They new update brings features like dictation, folders and live photos. User can now ask Siri to show you specific content and even can enter your password via speech. You can now organize apps on your home screen with the new added feature called folders.

New Bands for Apple Watch

(Source: Apple)
Apple announced a new series of bands for it’s Apple watch, Apple is calling it the Spring Lineup with new sport and leather bands. There was no news about new version of the Apple Watch but the current version is now $50 cheaper. The Apple watch starts at $299.
Source: The Verge, Apple, Cnet, SlashGear,GSMarena
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