So Apple’s first of two or three streaming events this fall is in the books and, well, it was pretty uneventful. Other than pricing details for the new Apple Fitness+ and Apple One subscriptions, there really wasn’t anything major revealed today. I can’t remember if anyone predicted the Product RED Watch beforehand, but almost everything else was common knowledge.
However, that doesn’t mean that this event was irrelevant.
Tomorrow’s Apple Event has been covered ad nauseam, so you don’t need to get yet another recap of what’s coming from me. At this point, it seems pretty clear that we will be hearing about the Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE, iPad Air, iPad and probably one or two new Apple services. That should be it and that’s good enough for me.
This is late in the game for new reports, but there were several new details that came out today thanks to MacRumors and Ming-Chi Kuo. Some look good and a few are disappointing, but since they are come from reputable sources, they definitely warrant consideration.
Apple usually gives us some hints as to what’s coming on their event invites, pointing the way to what’s right around the corner. Sometimes they are very subtle hints that spark interesting theories and discussion. This time around, not so much.
Apple’s Mac and iPad Event in Brooklyn just ended, so now it’s time to unpack a little of what we got to see. There are plenty of places you can turn to for specs, speeds, and feeds, so I’m not going to bother getting into any of that. There are just my initial impressions of what was announced.
I love Apple hardware events and all the reveals. This year was a little light on those thanks to all of the leaks, but there were still bits and pieces to be enjoyed. I also love getting my hands on new Apple hardware. It’s the getting up at 1:45 AM Central part that I’m not so thrilled with.
The iPhones XS, XS Max, and XR and the Apple Watch Series 4 weren’t all that was announced today. There were just a few other morsels that Tim Cook briefly covered at the end of the event. Continue reading →
Apple announces the Apple Watch Series 4, which not only upgrades the screen size and resolution, but the Health monitoring features, as well. They call it “An intelligent guardian for your health” Here are some of the highlights:
It’s been a tough month for Apple’s poor security team. It looked like they had a pretty tight lid on things ahead of WWDC last year, as the new iPad Pro productivity features and some other items came as a surprise. Today, not so much. They can’t seem to keep a lid on anything, software or hardware, at this point. In fact, it looks like they just gave away some of the last bits and pieces of info themselves.