Here is how you can watch today's Apple event

Here is how you can watch today's Apple event

A report by the Wall Street Journal suggested that Apple will release four new iPhones this year, armed with 5G connectivity for faster internet access. (No iPhone 12 yet, sorry.) If you didn't have time to watch the whole presentation, read on for the highlights.

Not mentioned during Apple's "Time Flies" keynote on Tuesday is a new Apple Watch Series 6 hardware feature primed to play an important role in the company's upcoming product ecosystem.

The flagship successor to the Watch Series 5 has been announced with the Apple Watch Series 6.

The Apple Watch Series 6 is here with more ways to quantify every aspect of your being.

In addition, the new feature may make sense for parents who already have older Apple Watches that they can hand down to kids as they upgrade.

On Tuesday, Apple also introduced a lower-cost Apple Watch SE, priced at $279 in the USA market. Inside you will find an S5 chip that will give you faster performance than the Apple Watch Series 3.

In addition to coming in both Global Positioning System and Cellular configurations, the Watch SE is also swim-proof, so you won't have to worry about taking it off all the time.

It is official, we have a new Apple Watch SE

In the video, Alan Dye, Apple's vice president of Human Interface Design, walks through his team's process in creating the newest Watch faces to grace the screen of our Apple Watches.

"The Watch face is the most powerful and personal aspect of Apple Watch".

That capability is powered by the Series 6's new blood oxygen sensor, which uses a series of photodiodes and infrared LEDs to measure your oxygen saturation-the amount of oxygen in your blood cells-as you breathe. You don't need special workout equipment, and there are 10 different workouts to take advantage of.

That's because the Apple One bundle - which includes television, games and music - will cost $US15 per month for an individual plan or $US20 per month for a family plan. When it launches later this year, there will be a 30-day free trial available.

When it comes to accessories, this new iPad Air supports Apple's Magic Keyboard with built-in trackpad, the Smart Folio, and the Apple Pencil.

The newest iPad has a 10.2-inch Retina display looks the same but includes the A12 Bionic chip.

Compared to subscribing to each service individually, the Individual plan will save users $6 per month, while the Family and Premier plans will save subscribers $8 and $25 per month, respectively.

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