Apple gave it’s customer base a fantastic surprise on Tuesday morning. It announced a truckload of new and exciting products, that range from a new variant of the iPhone 7 to Apple Watch Bands. If you missed the grand reveal, you need not worry. We have summarized all the new products here for you.
Red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
Apple just introduced a new variant of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus that will come in Red color with an Aluminium finish. They will be available to order in-store and online beginning Friday, March 24 at 8:01 a.m. Pacific time.
The Red iPhone will come as two variants in 128 and 256 GB storage each. They are priced at $749 for the 128GB iPhone 7 and $869 for the iPhone 7 Plus. If you’re enrolled in the iPhone Upgrade Program, the cost of an unlocked red iPhone with AppleCare+ will be $37 a month.
iPhone SE storage bump
The iPhone SE with its 4 inch display is a very powerful device with 16 and 64 GB variants. Now Apple is doubling up the devices storage. You will get the 32 and 128 GB variants for the same price as the former ones. You can get a new base model SE for $399 beginning Friday, March 24.
9.7-inch Retina iPad
This new device by Apple will be simply called iPad and it is priced at $329. Apple will phase out of the iPad Air 2 and begins the production of the iPad. The iPad comes in 32GB and 128GB versions (the bigger one is $100 more) with TouchID, an A9 chip, 10-hour battery life, and the usual color options (silver, gold, space gray). It will be available on March 24.
Also, Apple iPad Mini 2 is gone
The iPad Mini lineup is all but gone. With the only remaining device being $399 128GB iPad mini 4. Apple has killed off its iPad Mini 2.
Clips, a video-editing iOS app
Apple left nothing untouched. It didn’t just launch hardware but software too. It rolled out a free iOS app called Clips that will work on iOS 10.3 and further. It will help you capture, edit and post your videos to social media.
New iPhone Cases
Apple just introduced new colors to its iPhone cases. The silicone case will include colors azure, camellia, and pebble and the leather will come in taupe, sapphire, and berry. Blue, pink, and neutral option are coming to both accessories. They’re available to order online now for $35 and $45 for the iPhone 7 silicone and leather cases, respectively, and $39 and $49 for the iPhone 7 Plus versions.
Apple Watch Nike Sport Band
We won’t have to worry about your pocket while buying a special edition Nike+ Apple Watch Series 2. Apple is now selling the band as a stand-alone accessory for $49
Hermès Apple Watch bands
If you are willing to spend a few hundred bucks, then Apple and French fashion house Heroes just added a beautiful new leather option to their collection. At the cost of $339, you can pick up a single tour leather band in chartreuse or teal for your 42mm watch. If you splurge on a 38mm Apple Watch Series 2 with the “fauve barenia” double buckle cuff, Hermès will throw in an exclusive Orange Sport band.
New nylon and Sport Apple Watch bands
The budget restricted buyers need not worry. Apple also introduces woven nylon and fluoroelastomer Sport bands.
The nylon strap will come in a wide strap version at $49. It will come in the colors, orange, berry, red, pollen, Tahoe blue, and midnight blue. Apple also added three new colors to its $49 Sport band collection, camellia, pebble, and Azure.
The leather strap will cost you $149 for a classic buckle option, now in three additional colors: sapphire, berry, and taupe.
Swift Playgrounds in new languages
Apple had introduced its iPad coding app Swift Playgrounds with iOS 10 last year. However, it was only available in English. Apple announced that the app will now support Latin American Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese.