Apple Event: New iPhones, iPads and Apple Watch

Apple announced the new iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max today at a special event. These new phones feature upgraded cameras, processor and more. A new base-model iPad was also announced, and a redesigned iPad mini that looks more like the iPad Pro line. The new Apple Watch Series 7 features a larger display and is more durable.

Comments: 7 Responses to “Apple Event: New iPhones, iPads and Apple Watch”

    Ron
    1 year ago

    I wasn't really thinking of the iPad mini, but this new one has heightened my interest. I really don't see a big personal need to upgrade from my iPhone 11 to be honest. I have been looking to get an Apple Watch. I suppose that having held out this long, waiting a couple months for the Series 7 is the right move.

    Dennis Olson
    1 year ago

    Just lost my iPhone X pro a couple of days ago. So, I'll have to wait for the model 13. I'm not a heavy user, but have a couple thousand photos. I'd like to keep my music on it, as well - a hundred or so albums. No video yet, but might play with it a little. Any suggestions on storage capacity?

    1 year ago

    Dennis: Probably no way for you to do this now, but for most people they would look on their existing iPhone and see what they are using. The trick is to not fall into the trap of thinking your needs won't grow. So if you are using 100GB of 128GB now, don't thin 128GB is enough for the next few years.

    Norm Bradley
    1 year ago

    iWatch. Will previous series watch bands fit the upgraded screen size?

    1 year ago

    Norm: Yes.

    Gene
    1 year ago

    I think that I read that the iPhone 13 has a feature that allows one to take a long exposure of a celestial object. Is that true? Is it embedded in the phone or does it require a third party app?

    1 year ago

    Gene: Do you mean star pictures? You can actually do that on earlier iPhones too. I do it with my iPhone 11 Pro Max. Night mode takes very nice star pictures. It even works to capture the stars in normal scenes, like a portrait of a person taken at night. But the iPhone 13 has newer cameras so it should work even better.

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