From the new candilicious Purple variant of the iPhone 12 to the newly introduced AirTag, here are all the major announcements you need to know about the Apple Spring Loaded event that took place on Tuesday!
The Two New iPad Pros
Say hello to the first two iPad Pro’s equipped with Apple’s fastest ever M1 chip. Apart from the 11-inch model, the all-new 12.9-inch model has an upgraded display that uses an impressive 10,000 Mini LEDs, which Apple calls the Liquid Retina XDR display. Both iPad Pros also have a new 12-megapixel ultrawide camera that can automatically track you during video calls. Orders for the tablets begin on April 30th, and they will be available in the second half of May. The 11-inch model starts at $799, and the 12.9-inch model starts at $1,099.
The Purple iPhone 12
During yesterday’s event, Tim Cook announced la a new Purple color edition of the iPhone 12. This new color variant will be made available for only the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 mini. Featuring the same price tag, the new purple variant will be available for preorder on Friday, and it launches on April 30th.
Apple finally launched its Tile-like tracker called AirTags. The AirTags are pretty much like any other tracking gadget that can be remotely located through an iPhone using the Find My app. Apple strictly mentioned that the AirTags will not be able to track people but items, so yes, you are supposed to use AirTags as a keyring for your things but avoid hanging them on your pet’s neck. The AirTag’s will be available on Friday for $29 for a single unit and a four-pack at $99. and AirTag’s will be available on April 30th.
The New Colorful iMacs
In an all-new design overhaul to the iMac range, seven different colors have been announced for the iMacs including, Blue, Green, Pink, Silver, Yellow, Orange, Purple. These new iMacs are also powered by the new M1 chipset and are thinner than ever with a 24-inch Retina display, a new 1080p FaceTime HD camera, and a high-fidelity six-speaker system. The new iMacs also support the new Magic Keyboard that comes with support for Touch ID. You can buy the new iMac in four colors starting at $1,299 and in seven colors and better specs starting at $1,499. You can order it starting on April 30th, and it will be available in the second half of May.