Apple Event- September 2018 thing you need to know.

This is how the Apple launch Event 2018 kicked off – Don’t miss the video below

Apple the 1 trillion dollar company has launched their new series of hardware for this 2018 with all new naming conversions and one affordable smartphone. Yes, you read that affordable smartphone from Apple. Apple will be targeting many new markets with its latest affordable iPhone. Apple held this event in their own Steve Jobs theatre in Cupertino inside their spaceship office. Apple launched four new hardware, three new iPhones, an iWatch and two new software. Apple followed last year’s iPhone X with the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr. It also spent some time showing off the Apple Watch Series 4.

Missed the event? Don’t worry Highlights of the event in below video

Don’t want to watch the video?? read on for everything you need to know about today’s big Apple event.

Apple Watch Series 4- More of Consumer health device

Its only been 4 year’s that Apple is launching their Watch series but Apple Watch becomes as one of the most important products. Apple has brought in watch’s most important features are its health and fitness-tracking functions. Apples new watch has a new edge-to-edge display that’s more than 30 percent larger than the display on previous models. It has a redesigned crown with a haptic feedback. The apples new S4 is its new system-on-a-chip, which includes a 64-bit dual-core processor (Apple claims this makes the watch two times faster than earlier models)

The Most incredible feature of iWatch 4 is that the Watch also now detects when someone falls and uses Siri to initiate an emergency call if the wearer hasn’t moved after a fall and it can also take ECG.  On top of that, the Apple Watch has received FDA clearance for both the ECG feature and another new feature that detects atrial fibrillation. The new iWatch starts at $399 for a Series 4 model with GPS and $499 with cellular. The Series 3 Watch gets a price drop and now costs just $279. The new watches go on sale this Friday, September 14, and they become available on September 21.

iPhone Xs and Xs Max- Crossed $1K price

The iPhone Xs Max is the Xs’s new larger sibling, which will the Apple’s latest powerful iPhone they have ever shipped for this year. The Xs Max essentially the same sized phone as the iPhone 8 Plus, but it has a 6.5-inch OLED display. The new iPhone Xs looks similar to last year’s iPhone X. It has a 5.8-inch OLED display, the same edge-to-edge screen, the same notch at the top. Both the phone is built with strengthened glass, is more waterproof, and supports FaceID and 3D Touch. Both phones support Apple’s True Tone display is called as Super Retina and support Dolby Vision and HDR10.

As always the Apple brings in the new chipset for their new series of iPhone’s and it is called as A12 Bionic. It’s a 7-nanometer chip and, according to Apple, is capable of a whopping 5 trillion operations per second. It has a 6-core CPU, 4-core GPU, and an 8-core dedicated neural engine, which is capable of doing all machine learning stuff.

This year Apple went deep roots of the camera and came out with a dedicated image signal processor and neural engine perform a trillion operations on every photo snapped with these new phones. They’re supposed to identify faces and reduce redeye. You can adjust the depth of field on a Portrait photo after it’s been captured. Basically, these new phone cameras do what last year iPhone cameras have already done. For awhile. But it can do that way better.

The iPhone Xs starts at $999 the same as last year’s iPhone X and the larger iPhone Xs Max starts at $1,099. Both phones go on sale this Friday, September 14 and become available on Friday, September 21.

“We have one more product” says Philip W. Schiller

Apple won’t use above Phrase in all launch event that product will be incredible or reliable or sometimes a new product series.

iPhone Xr-The affordable iPhone

The iPhone Xr keeps the same form factor of last year’s iPhone X introduced but bulks the display up to a 6.1-inch diagonal. Apple made it affordable by skipping out on a few, but not all, of the upgrades found in this year’s more expensive models.  Apple calls the display tech “Liquid Retina,” with 326 pixels per inch—1.4 million pixels in all, rather than “Super Retina”. The iPhone Xr opts for a single camera, rather than dual lenses, but at least you’re still getting the same 12-megapixel sensor as the top-tier iPhone models.

It also benefits from all of the software-based improvements that Apple introduced this year, including the ability to adjust the depth of field after the photo has been taken. Apple appears not to have skimped on the front-facing camera technology; it has the same True Depth system, which means the iPhone Xr supports Face ID. The iPhone Xr comes with the same A12 Bionic chip that graces its more expensive brothers have, meaning you get the same performance. Apple will offer it starting at $749, a good $250 less than the Xs entry point.

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