Here’s what announced in Apple Time Flies event

Apple 'Time Flies' Event: 4 Major Products Announcement Expected [No iPhone  12]

Like every year Apple has announced lot of new Hardware and also new software and services bundles except the highly anticipated iPhone12

So here is the list of things that Apple announced today in the Apple Time Flies Virtual Launch event

Apple Watch Series 6

Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 6 during its September special event. The new generation of Apple Watch keeps the same design as the Series 4 and Series 5 models, but with internal improvements and new finishes — including the addition of an oximeter sensor.

Apple Watch Series 6 replaces Apple Watch Series 5 with improvements over last year’s models. This year’s Apple Watch is very similar to previous models, and it’s available in 40mm and 44m with an always-on Retina display.


Apple Watch Series 6 replaces Apple Watch Series 5 with improvements over last year’s models. This year’s Apple Watch is very similar to previous models, and it’s available in 40mm and 44m with an always-on Retina display.

They also included new feature and sensor to measure blood oxygen levels.Blood oxygen levels between 95% and 100% are considered healthy; blood oxygen levels below 80% may lead to compromised heart and brain functionality. Risk of respiratory or cardiac arrest is common after continued low blood oxygen saturation. If Apple Watch detects a blood oxygen level below a certain threshold, it will trigger a notification for the user.

Apple Watch Series 6 comes with the new faster S6 chip, with faster performance and new sensors, including an altimeter. Apple Watch Series 6 also comes with several new watch faces, including a new Memoji theme.

Apple Watch Series 6 will be available in stores with prices starting at $399 for the 40mm GPS aluminum model. Pre-orders starts today in the United States and other countries.

Apple Solo Lop Band

Apple Watch Series 6 will offer Solo Loop, a band without a buckle - CNET

Apple has launched an array of new watch bands alongside the Apple Watch Series 6, including the new Solo Loop. It comes in a smooth and braided version.


The new bands are available in five colors, which pair perfectly with the new colored case options of Apple Watch Series 6.

The Solo Loop band is perfectly uniform, with no breaks or indentations. It’s just a smooth loop of flexible rubber. There’s also a braided version for people wanting some texture on their wrist.

Apple has also modernized the Hermes collection of bands with refreshed single tour and double tour styles.

Apple Watch 6 unveiled with incredible blood oxygen monitoring system -  Mirror Online

The new bands were announced alongside the unveiling of Apple Watch 6 — featuring a blood oxygen sensor — and the $279 Apple Watch SE.

Apple Watch SE

Apple Watch SE: The ultimate combination of design, function, and value -  Apple

Apple also announced new  affordable  new Apple Watch SE. The new Apple Watch SE has the same design as the Apple Watch Series 4 and later, but it comes with the S5 chip, built-in compass, and watchOS 7 preinstalled.

The new Apple Watch SE will be available in 40mm and 44mm with GPS and Cellular versions. It comes with new bands and watch faces, as well as Apple Watch Series 6.


With the S5 System in Package (SiP) and dual-core processor, Apple Watch SE delivers incredibly fast performance, up to two times faster than Apple Watch Series 3. The Digital Crown with haptic feedback generates incremental clicks with an extraordinary mechanical feel as it is rotated. Apple Watch SE features the latest speaker and microphone, which are optimized for better sound quality for phone calls, Siri, and Walkie-Talkie,1 along with Bluetooth 5.0.

Apple Watch SE will be available in stores this Friday with prices starting at $279 for the 40mm GPS aluminum model. Pre-orders starts today in the United States and other countries.

Apple Fitness +

Apple Fitness+ - Apple

Apple announced a new fitness service, set to rival the likes of Peloton. Apple Fitness+ will integrate with the Apple Watch and the Fitness app on the iPhone. Fitness+ costs $9.99 per month, or $79.99 per year.

Users can watch fitness classes hosted by Apple, with health workout metrics shown over the top of the video. The data can then be automatically saved to the Health app.


Apple Fitness+ will include workout classes spanning many categories, including cardio and yoga. Users can stream workout classes at home, or on the go.

Apple will add new workouts on a weekly basis, with a variety of ‘world-class’ instructors. The classes will be accompanied by appropriate music, and users can save their playlists to Apple Music.

Apple Fitness+ will launch with the most popular workout types including Cycling, Treadmill, Rowing, HIIT, Strength, Yoga, Dance, Core, and Mindful Cooldown, and each is accompanied by music thoughtfully curated by the trainers. Each week, the team of Fitness+ trainers will deliver fresh workouts from the studio across a range of lengths, disciplines, and music genres so there are always new workouts to explore.

Apple Fitness+ will be located inside the Fitness app on the iPhone, running iOS 14. You can also get at the workouts on the Apple Watch, and Apple is also launching a Fitness app for the Apple TV.


Fitness+ will debut before the end of the year. Apple will include 3 months free of Apple Fitness+ with new Apple Watch purchases.

Apple One :

Apple announced the Apple One bundle, comprising subscriptions from all of Apple’s services. The cheapest Apple One plan will cost $14.95 per month for individuals, offering Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and 50 GB of iCloud storage.

The same plan will be available for families for $19.95, with 200 GB storage. And a top-end Premier Apple One plan includes Apple News+ and the newly-announced Apple Fitness+ as well, and 2 TB of iCloud.

At least at first glance, the Apple One bundle seems like great value for money. Apple says individuals can save $6 per month, whereas families save $8 a month. Moreover, the Premier plan is $25 cheaper than buying all of Apple’s services individually.

Apple will be offering a free 30-day trial for new subscribers to try out the bundle. Apple Card users can save an additional 3% on every payment.

The Apple One Premier plan will be available in Australia, Canada, the UK, and the US, due to the smaller geographic reach of Apple News+.


Apple Announces iPad 8 With A12 Bionic, Neural Engine for Machine Learning,  Apple Pencil Support, 10-Hour Battery, More

Apple also announced the 8th-generation iPad, featuring an A12 chip compared to the previous-generation’s A10 processor. The design of the new entry-level iPad is largely the same as its predecessor.

The jump from A10 to A12 means Apple’s cheapest iPad will feature the Neural Engine for the first time.


Apple says the A12 chip offers more than twice the performance of the top selling Windows laptop, 6x faster than the top-selling Android tablet and 6x faster than the best-selling Chromebook.

The 8th-generation iPad keeps the same price as the 7th-gen: that’s $329 for general sale and $299 for education.

iPad Air

Apple has officially unveiled its latest iPad Air, bringing an all-new design with an edge-to-edge display. The new iPad Air features a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with P3 wide color, True Tone, and a laminate coating. Touch ID is located in the power button.

The new iPad Air also features a “huge leap in performance” thanks to the newest A14 Bionic processor. “The first in the industry to use the breakthrough 5nm technology,” Apple says. The CPU is 40% faster, GPU performance improved by 30%, machine learning performance improved as well thanks to a new neural engine.


The new iPad Air features an iPad Pro-like design with a 10.9-inch display with a resolution of 2360×1640 with full lamination, P3 wide color gamut, True Tone, and anti-reflective coating. It also features USB-C connectivity and a redesigned speaker system.

This is the new iPad Air, with Touch ID built into the power button |  TechCrunch

In terms of accessories, iPad Air features second-generation Apple Pencil support and Magic Keyboard support. The new iPad Air will be available next month starting at $599.

Stay tuned for the more detail reveiw from our team for the above products.

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