Apple on Tuesday announced the latest versions of its Apple Watch and iPad, as well as a new subscription bundle that combines several of its services, according to the company’s press release.
According to the report, the new Apple Watch Series 6, available in silver, gold, blue, red and space gray colors, will start at $399. Users are offered a range of new case finishes, and a Blood Oxygen sensor and app. Apple also unveiled a cheaper Watch SE model with a starting price of $279.
During the event, The American multinational technology company introduced the 8th generation of the iPad with the A12 Bionic chip and iPad Air equipped with the new A14 Bionic chip, which start at $329 and $599 respectively.
In addition, the company announced its Apple One subscription bundle. The subscription service comes in three tiers. The cost for an individual subscription is $14.95, which gets Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+ and iCloud. A family subscription goes for $19.95, which allows those services to be shared with up to six family members. Finally, a premier subscription for $29.95 a month includes all those services plus News and Fitness subscriptions.
Apple also announced that new iOS 14, the update to its mobile operating system, will be available soon.
The production of 3rd generation of AirPods headphones and the new version of AirPods Pro is planned for 2021.