An Apple a Day Gets Consumers to Pay

Apple held a product launch stream March 8, where they announced the new iPhone SE 3, iPad Air 5, Mac Studio. Apples newest products will be available for pre-order this Friday and available to all March 18.

The event started off with Apple’s streaming service Apple TV+ and how it has been there for many while we’ve spent more time at home. It was announced that Apple TV+ will be the only streaming service to offer two baseball games live Friday nights in the near future.

The new iPhone SE will have 5G capability and will have a consumer friendly price tag starting at $429. Like other generations of iPhone you can choose your favorite color with options like Midnight, Starlight, and (PRODUCT) Red.  The  iPhone SE promises to uphold Apple’s software updates for “years to come.” Along with the announcement of the smaller more capable iPhone SE the iPhone 13  will be bringing two more finishes, the 13 in bold green and the 13 Pro in Alpine Green.

Apple shared the M1 Ultra, the most powerful chip available for a personal computer. The M1 ultra brings improvements to battery life and performance transforming the Macbook Pro and Macbook Air. The M1 ultra and M1 max will be available in the Mac Studio and Studio Display.

The new iPad Air will feature the M1 chip and 5G capability as well as an ultra wide front camera with center stage as well as other new capabilities.

Apple shared that its products are using recyclable materials resulting in a smaller carbon foot print and an Eco-Friendly direction. In an effort to show solidarity, Apple has stopped selling in Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine.