Apple event today will be live-streamed using multiple sources. These platforms include the Apple TV app and YouTube.
When and where the event took place
The big event live-streamed from the company’s campus in Cupertino, California, US.
Subsequently, owing to the expectation of the tech enthusiasts, the event brought next-generation iPad, iMac, Apple TV, and AirTags.
The event commenced at 10 am PDT. Subsequently, it was live-streamed through multiple channels.
Viewers could watch it live using the Events website on their iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC, smartphone, or any other equipment with a Web browser.
Additionally, the site also enabled one to add an event note to their calendar to reach the action live on time.
Alternatively, they streamed the event live on their smart TV, iPhone, iPad, Mac, or other media using the company’s TV app.
Everything spectators expected of the event
Apple was expected to unveil its updated iPad models at today’s event.
The viewers saw a new iPad mini, an entry-level iPad, and amazing new iPad Pro models.
Consequently, the updated iPad Pro list is to have mini-LED displays and 5G mmWave support.
Additionally, the new iPad Pro models may have multiple display size options and an all-new chip under the hood. Further, Apple revealed a new variant of the Pencil called Apple Pencil 3.
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Subsequently, this will be a modification to the Pencil that of the one in 2018.
In addition to the iPad family, the tech giant also showcases its new iMac models at the practical event. The next-generation iMac lineup is likely to have Apple’s M1 chip offered on the MacBook and Mac mini last year.
Things that Apple launched
Apple developed its iPad portfolio with a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro that the company insists is its most potent and high-level iPad yet.
Subsequently, the new iPad Pro works on an Apple-designed M1 chip that proves it to be the fastest device of its kind.
The 12.9-inch iPad Pro highlights a new Liquid Retina XDR display. iPad Pro now incorporates support for Thunderbolt.
Secondly, Apple has launched AirTag.
It is a small tool that helps keep a record of and find the items that weigh most with Apple’s Find My app.
Whether appended to a handbag, keys, backpack, or other objects, AirTag taps into the large, global Find My network1.
Additionally, it can help find a lost item. It also declares to keep area data private and unknown with end-to-end encryption. AirTags possess precision-etched refined stainless steel and are IP67 water- as well as dust-resistant. Additionally, a built-in speaker plays sounds to locate AirTag, while a detachable cover makes it easy for users to reconstruct the battery.
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