Apple's most anticipated keynote event of the year has just wrapped up, and in its wake we've been left with quite a few exciting innovations to cover. In case you missed the keynote, we've dialed-in a few of the most important moments ranging from the latest iPad, to the Apple Watch Series 5, to the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Continue browsing to see what's new.
iPhone 11 Gets Exciting New Camera Tech
The iPhone 11 Pro gets a plethora of exciting new camera tech including a new Night Mode as well as an ultra-wide angle lens, and even 4K front-facing video capabilities. Although the regular iPhone 11 ultimately ditches its bigger brother's telephoto lens.
It's Affordable Too
Apple took criticism of its high-pricing seriously. The new iPhone 11 will cost only $699, shedding $50 off the launch price of last year's XR. That palatable price trend has continued throughout the rest of this year's lineup as well. While the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max didn't get a price decrease, the devices' pricing remained unchanged from the year prior.
New 10.2" iPad Costs $329
Apple's 7th generation iPad was officially announced with a Smart Connector and a few other exciting new features. In addition to the larger 10.2" screen, Apple pointed out it has over three times the pixel density of the most popular Windows laptop. The best part? It's only $329, and education pricing can net you the new iPad for only $299.
Apple Watch Series 5 Gets an Always on Display
The Apple Watch Series 5 finally gains an always-on display. Its upgraded features are rather muted compared to redesign of initial redesign the Series 4, however you'll also gain a compass and an improved processor.
Apple Arcade Will Cost Only $4.99 Per Month
The entire family can begin enjoying exclusive games on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and more for just $4.99 per month.
Apple TV+ Gets an Ultra Low Price As Well
A plethora of exciting new TV shows are coming to Apple TV+, and its subscription will cost the same as Apple Arcade at only $4.99 per month.
The Apple Watch Series 5 also gains new case materials like ceramic and titanium for a more premium and expressive look.
iPhone 11 Pro Ditches 3D Touch
Possibly in an effort to cut costs (or simply because people didn't use it) the new iPhones have ditched 3D Touch in favor of the software-based solution known as Haptic Touch.
The new iPhones feature a 4K slow-motion front-facing camera lens, meaning you could take "slofie" videos of you and your friends.
The iPhone 11 cameras take advantage of computational photography to take incredible low-light images. While the results might not be as impressive as the Google Pixel, we do appreciate the addition.
High-Key Mono Lighting
A new Portrait Lighting filter is also coming this year, allowing for more creative expression and options when taking photos in Portrait Mode. It's called High-Key Mono and we expect it to be available when iOS 13 drops Sept. 19. Continue browsing to view more photos from the event.
iPhone Battery Life Is Improving Across the Board
More iPhone 11 Pro Max Features in a Glance
iPhone 11 Pro Max Starts at $1,099
Semantic Rendering Produces Incredibly Detailed Shots on iPhone 11
iPhone 11 Pro Features the Most Advanced Video Camera on a Smartphone
HDR on iPhone 11
Portrait Mode on iPhone 11
Shot on iPhone 11
New iPhone 11 Colors
Apple Watch Series 5 Is the First to Include a Compass
And It Will Allow You to Monitor Your Aural Health
But Don't Worry, Your Old Apple Watch Bands Are Still Compatible
Check out the Detail in This Photo with Minimal Noise
Thanks for Reading!
That's all folks. Unfortunately, there wasn't a "one more thing" this year. Stay tuned for our full coverage of Apple's next event, which is expected to kick off this October.