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Apple launched six new devices in September 2019

Attendees view the Apple Inc. iPhone 11 smartphone after an event in Cupertino, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. Apple unveiled new iPhones with camera enhancements and improved battery life, making incremental tweaks to lure buyers ahead of a more substantial overhaul of its handsets in 2020. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Apple announced three new Apple iPhone, Apple Watch, and iPad in the annual fall event that took place in the Cupertino headquarters of the company. They also revealed the new subscription prices and period for the new Apple TV and Apple Arcade.

The company launched the trio of new handsets with premium price tag of $699 for iPhone 11, $999 for iPhone 11 Pro and the costliest for $1099 for iPhone 11 Pro Max. All the three models are much like the predecessors. However, Apple has upgraded the camera features and hardware for the phones. The improvements have also boosted the battery life of the devices.

The flagship iPhones this year will be available for preorder by 13th Sept and shipping of the iPhones will start by 20th Sept. All three iPhone models will be packed with all iOS13. However, the update for iOS 13 will start by 16th Sept in iPhone 6S and later models.

Apple also launched the new Apple Watch Series 5 with the price tag of $399 for the GPS version. While the Apple Watch with the 4G connectivity will be priced at $499, both the models are available for preorders for now. The shipping will start on 20th Sept Apple also announced that they would continue the sales for Apple Watch Series 3, and the price has gone down to $200 only.

Later, Apple announced its PC – replacing 10.2 niche iPad, which is larger than the 9.7-inch model. The new iPad comes with a retina display and an 8 MP camera in the front. You can use Apple smart keyboard with the iPad or Apple pencil. The company claims that the iPad is twice faster than any top-selling laptop as it is made of Appleā€™s A10 Fusion chip.

Apple also announced the launch of Apple TV subscription in 100 countries starting on 1st Nov. In order to compete with the competition, the Cupertino giant will be adding new shows every month and has kept the cost of a subscription low at $4.99 per month for a family account.

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Mike Butcher

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Mike is a seasoned journalist with nearly 10 years of experience. While studying journalism at the University of Tennessee, Mike found a passion for finding engaging stories. As a contributor to Daily Research Expedition, Mike mostly covers state and national developments.

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