Apple Announces New iPhone SE, M1-Powered iPad Air

The new iPhone SE joins the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro

In the current generation of Apple devices. The latest version of Apple’s cheapest smartphone comes with performance improvements, including the iPhone 13’s A15 Bionic chip. The new iPhone SE will also support 5G for the first time. The new SE has many of the upgrades that were released last year with the iPhone 13. Including stronger glass on both the front and back and many AI-powered camera upgrades.
The new iPhone SE comes in three colors: white (starlight), black (midnight), and red (stylized as (PRODUCT)RED) and is available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB models. The iPhone SE starts at $429 and will be available starting Friday, March 18. With pre-orders beginning Friday, March 11.

A new iPad Air was also announced

The new device boasting an upgrade to M1 chip launched in iPad Pro last year and support for 5G connections. Compared to the previous iPad Air, the new model boasts up to 60% faster and up to twice the graphics performance. Apple lists several potential uses for this performance boost. Including graphics-intensive gaming – with Genshin Impact occupying a prominent place in device advertising. The new iPad Air model will come in even more colors than its predecessor, with a new blue model added to the existing shades of space grey, starlight, pink and purple. The new iPad is available in 64GB and 256GB configurations, starting at $599 for the Wi-Fi model and $749 for the cellular model.

This week, Apple’s latest news announcement reveals a new color for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, both different shades of green, will get a new metallic “alpine green” tint, while the iPhone 13 will get a slightly darker forest green tint, referred to as “green.”

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