Apple introduces iPhone SE and iPad Air
Apple introduces iPhone SE and iPad Air


At the Peek Performance event, Apple presented the new iPhone SE, which, like its predecessor, is a low-cost version of the flagship range. As expected, the phone comes with an updated A15 Bionic quad-core processor and supports the 5G cellular standard.

However, the phone retains the main Touch ID button at the bottom of the screen and has a rear camera.

The new iPhone SE is available in red, black and white and features a 4.7-inch Retina HD display covered in glass.

According to Apple, it's the strongest glass on the front and back of the smartphone. But it's not like the glass on the back of the iPhone 13.

iPhone SE is also IP67 water and dust resistant. The company promises longer battery life thanks to the efficiency of the A15 Bionic and iOS 15.

Despite having a 12-megapixel rear camera with an f/1.8 lens, the iPhone SE features a new camera system that takes what we saw in the iPhone 13 like Photo Style, Smart HDR 4, and Deep Fusion even better, according to the company. Processing.

Like the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone SE is made from recycled materials. The company says it uses 100 percent recycled rare earth elements in its Taptec motors and acoustic magnets, 100 percent recycled tungsten in its Taptec motors, and 100 percent recycled tin in the main solder to the motherboard. The company also changed the outer plastic packaging.

The iPhone SE is available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities and starts at $429 in the US. Customers in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States and more than 30 other countries and regions can pre-order iPhone SE beginning Friday, March 11, with shipping beginning Friday, March 18. .

Apple announces iPad Air with M1 processor

Almost a year and a half since the last update, the iPad Air is receiving an update. While the design hasn't changed much, the 5G tablet's new features include a brighter screen, optional 5G connectivity, and significant performance improvements.

Since the previous iPad Air was Apple's first tablet with an infinity display, a power button with a built-in TouchID sensor, and the slim body that Apple used in newer iPads like the iPad Pro and iPad Pro, the device doesn't require major changes.

Therefore, the company is focusing on the 2022 version of the device and supplies the latest iPad Air with refurbished components.

The ultra-wide front camera on iPad Air features a new sensor-enabled Center Stage that uses machine learning to automatically track and trace your head and monitor you during a FaceTime call.

For those who need fast mobile data, there's also an optional iPad Air with 5G.

But internally, the biggest update is the addition of the M1 chip, which should give the iPad Air a major boost and match the more expensive iPad Pro range.

Thanks to the new processor, the new iPad Air is now twice as fast as a Windows laptop at the same price, according to the company.

The tablet storage does not appear to have been updated. The base model still comes with a 64GB SSD, or 256GB if you paid for more storage.

The device has a screen size of 10.9 inches and a maximum of 500 nits. The tablet still works with many accessories. It includes the Apple Pencil, Magic Keyboard, and Smart Keyboard Folio.

The iPad Air is available in five colors and the same price as the previous model: $599, and the new 5G model starts at $749.

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