Here’s Everything Announced At The Latest Apple iPhone 11 Event

Harin - Sep 11, 2019


Here’s Everything Announced At The Latest Apple iPhone 11 Event

From the new subscription services, the new Apple Watch to the new iPad, and iPhones, here's everything announced at the latest Apple event.

With the annual fall event of Apple, we have received updates on the new subscription services Apple Arcade and Apple TV+, a new iPad, a new Apple Watch Series 5, and an iPhone 11. But the one to steal the spotlight was the new flagship iPhone 11 Pro.

Apple Arcade

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Apple Arcade.

The new Apple Arcade will be an all-you-can-eat type of service which will launch in 150 countries on September 19th with over 100 game titles. The subscription price is $4.99 per month for the whole family with a one-month free trial.

Apple TV+

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Apple TV+.

It was announced by the company earlier this year that it was working on a video service with exclusive originals featuring celebrities including Oprah, Jason Momoa, Reese Witherspoon and many more. No specific information about the launch date was revealed though.

At the 2019 event, the company announced that the official release date for Apple TV+ is November 1st. And similar to Apple Arcade, the subscription price is $4.99 for the whole family.

For those who buy the new iPhones, Macs, iPads, and AppleTVs, they will get a free one year of Apple TV+.

10.2-inch iPad

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Seventh-generation iPad.

The seventh-generation iPad has a screen size of 10.2 inches. The device will come with a Retina display, A10 Fusion chip as well as Smart Connector so that it can work with a full-size keyboard. iPad also now works with the first-gen Apple Pencil. And for those who are a fan of the TouchID, the home button is still alive.

The price of the new iPad is $329. For students, the price is $299. Customers can pre-order today. Shipping will start on September 30th.

Apple Watch Series 5

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Apple Watch Series 5.

The Apple Watch Series 5 comes with a brand new Always-on display option. While with the older Apple Watches, when you lower your arm, will turn off the display, the display of the Series 5 will continue to stay on until you turn it off deliberately.

With the Series 5, the brightness, as well as the refresh rate, drops once you lower your wrist. However, your watch faces and complications stay visible. Other new features including a new compass along with international emergency calling available in 150 countries.

The 18-hour battery life of the prior model is maintained in the Series 5, even with the always-on screen. The Series 5 comes with a wide range of material including recycled aluminum, ceramic, stainless steel, and brand-new titanium.

The starting price of the Series 5 is $399 for the GPS model while you have to pay $100 more for the cellular one. The watch is available for order today and you can find it in stores on September 20th.

Apple announced a price drop for its Series 3 which now costs only $199, the lowest price that we have ever seen. The Series 4 has been dropped from the Apple Watch lineup.

iPhone 11

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Apple Iphone 11.

  • Brand new design in six different colors.
  • 6.1-inch display.
  • Dual-camera configuration consists of a 12-megapixel one and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide one for landscapes shooting.
  • A new night mode which utilizes adaptive bracketing to offer better low light shots.
  • The front camera is 12MP, offering 60FPS 4k as well as slow-motion video.
  • Equipped with the new A13 chipset of Apple.
  • Starting price: $699.

iPhone 11 Pro/Pro Max

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Apple iPhone 11 Pro/Pro Max.

  • The Pro line comes with three cameras instead of two including a 12MP ultra-wide camera, a 12MP wide-angle camera and a 12MP telephoto camera. All three can shoot 4K at 60FPS.
  • iPhone Pro has a 5.8-inch display while the Pro Max has a 6.5-inch display.
  • No specific detail about battery life was revealed but Apple said that the Pro will last for four more hours while the Pro Max will last for five hours per charge compared with the previous iPhone XS Max.
  • Both will have 18w fast chargers.
  • New “Deep Fusion” feature utilizing machine learning to improve low light shots.
  • Starting price for the Pro: $999.
  • Starting price for the Pro Max: $1099.
  • Shipping starts on September 20th.
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