Apple’s annual iPhone event went down today at Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino. As you might expect, we heard news about several Apple products, some expected, and a few surprises mixed in for good measure.

For the first time, the event streamed live on YouTube — a acceptable break from the glitchy Safari acquaintance of recent years.

Here’s the best of what Apple had on offer today.

Apple Arcade


Apple’s App Store is set to accept a refresh, with the first thing appear being a new “Arcade” tab on mobile devices. Click the tab to find new games, action guides, and news or advice pertaining to a wide array of games, in several genres.

Konami’s 2019 brace of the arcade archetypal Frogger, for example, might be worth the cable amount all on its own.

Apple Arcade is available, starting September 19. Better still, it’s only $4.99 a month for a family subscription. The account launches with a one month free trial, so it absolutely appears to be worth a look.

Apple TV


This summer Apple appear three trailers for aboriginal new shows on Apple TV . Like Netflix, Hulu, and others, Apple appears to be accurately block the aboriginal agreeable audience.

So far, trailers for Apple’s aboriginal programming have accustomed more than 100 actor views, and earned a bit of hype in the industry as we await their launch. Anticipation, of course, isn’t the same as a good accomplished product. Time will tell if it was worth the wait.

Apple TV will be accessible on November 1, with new aboriginal programming added every month. It’s just $4.99 a month for a family plan.

You’ll get one year of Apple TV included free with any acquirement of an iPhone, iPad, or MacBook.

7th Gen iPad


Apple today appear the seventh-generation of the iPad. The affectation has grown to 10.2 inches, and has nearly 3.5 actor pixels.

Under the hood is the A10 Fusion chip, as expected. The new iPad appearance a new “smart connector” to affix keyboards, while folding into the cover to stay out of sight. It has deeper affiliation with Apple Pencil, bigger multi-tasking, and desktop-quality browsing… ish.

A new amphibian keyboard brings a one-handed typing experience. Sidenote: I’m stoked to try this.

Also of note: for the very first time, the iPad’s asylum is made of 100 percent recycled aluminum. Kudos, Apple.

The new iPad starts at just $329, or $299 for acceptance and educators. You can pre-order today, and it’ll ship at the end of the month.

Apple Watch Series 5


Apple Watch Series 5 brings some notable new features, such as an avant-garde new always-on Retina display. The affectation never sleeps, so it’s always visible. Antecedent models went to sleep when you bargain your wrist.

Apple promises the same 18 hour array life with the new always-on technology.

Series 5 also touts a new compass, just like on the iPhone.

Fall detection, Emergency SOS, and Medical ID are all a little more capable. All-embracing emergency calling seems like a great new feature, acceptance for 911 calls (or region specific versions of it anyway), no matter where you are.

The cases are each made of 100 percent recycled aluminum, just like that of the iPad. Stainless steel models come in three colors, and we’ll get a titanium model for the first time with a custom-brushed finish. The “brilliant white” color looks amazing, if I may say so myself.

Series 5 GPS models start at $399. Cellular models start at $499. You can pre-order both starting today, and pick them up in stores on September 20.

If you’re activity nostalgic, you can grab the Series 3 for just $199.

iPhone 11


We’ll get six new colors with the iPhone 11, which Apple seems pretty proud of. It has a 6.1 inch Liquid Retina display, and now we’ll get spatial audio that creates a sound field around you. It also supports Dolby Atmos.

The camera has gone with a dual lens system with a 12MP wide camera, and a 12MP ultrawide camera to boot. When you’re taking a wide shot, you’ll get a new interface that shows a apish view of what an ultrawide shot would look like, acceptance you to switch to the wider shot with a tap. This works in video as well.

You’ll get next-gen Smart HDR, with multi-scale mapping to advance both accuracy and colors in your HDR shots. This also works in Portrait Mode.

The new Night Mode looks great. This affection reduces noise and increases accuracy in low-light images. The demo looked great, but this is one that we’d really need to see in action.

QuickTake lets you take a quick video while you’re taking a photo. Simply tap and hold the bang button while you’re snapping photos to take a quick video instead.

The front camera gets an update too, with a 12MP ballista acceptance for 4k video, with continued activating range. You can now flip the iPhone on its side for group selfies, or make use of the new slow-mo affection on the front-facing cam.

Apple also took the time to tout the “fastest CPU ever in a smartphone,” its new A13 Bionic. But it’s not just the fastest CPU, Apple also took a well-deserved achievement lap, announcement that the A13 Bionic was also the fastest GPU accessible in a smartphone.

The iPhone 11 promises an extra hour of array life over the antecedent industry-leader, the iPhone XR, and starts at just $699.

iPhone 11 Pro


Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro brings a new model to a naming scheme that’s starting to feel a bit tired. It could be argued that bottomward the 11 and just calling it “Pro” would have been better, but I digress.

You’ll get four new colors: Midnight Green, Space Gray, Silver, and Gold.

The “Super Retina” affectation is accessible in 5.8 and 6.5 inch models, each with an OLED screen and 1200 nits. Both are also 15 percent more energy able than antecedent models. It also has spacial audio, like the cheaper model, as well as Dolby Atmos. Apple is calling it the “Super Retina XDR display.”

It’ll get the same A13 Bionic as the cheaper model. The CPU is able of over one abundance operations per second. That seems hard to wrap your head around, but I can dig it. According to Apple it’s the “best apparatus acquirements belvedere in any smartphone.”

The chip is 20 percent faster, and the GPU uses 40 percent less power, Apple says.

As for array life, the Pro offers four added hours of array life, with the Pro Max touting five added hours. It’ll also accommodate an 18 watt fast charger.

The new Pro camera system has a 12MP wide lens (f/1.8 26mm), a 12MP telephoto lens (f/20 52mm), and a 12mp ultrawide lens (f/2.4 13mm). You’ll get 4x optical zoom too.

Deep Fusion, is a thing now… apparently. It’s a new system for low-medium light that shoots nine images and stitches them calm in some sort of black magic fuckery that makes the image look amazing with less-than-ideal lighting conditions.

On the video side, you’ll get 4k with 60 frames-per-second and continued activating range on all 3 cams. Each of the three cameras are paired and calibrated at the branch for color temperature, tone mapping, and the like, ensuring a smooth alteration amid the three cameras while shooting.

You’ll get new video alteration appearance to boot.

The iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999, with the Pro Max starting at $1,099. They’re accessible for pre-order this Friday, and accessible on September 20.

You can also get an iPhone 8 for $449, or an iPhone XR for $599.

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