Everything Announced at Peek Performance Apple Event!

Before Apple showed off its products, there were a few brief announcements. Apple TV+ will get additional programming and movies, including two live games from MLB Friday Night Baseball. In addition, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro will be available in a new green color.

iPhone SE

The iPhone SE has been upgraded to use the A15 Bionic technology, which is also found in the iPhone 13, as well as 5G. It keeps the home button and Touch ID, and because to the chip's more robust processing capabilities, it boasts a longer battery life and a superior camera system. It costs $429 (£419, AU$719), which is $30 higher than the previous model. Preorders begin on Friday, and the book will be delivered on March 18.

iPad Air

The all-new iPad Air is the first iPad Air improvement since 2020, and it features Apple's powerful M1 CPU, a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera on the front, 5G connection, and more, all in a design that's identical to the fourth-generation iPad Air. 

The new iPad Air is priced at $599, and preorders begin on March 11.

Mac Studio with Apple M1 Ultra 

The M1 Max includes a die-to-die connector, allowing Apple to join two of them together to form the Ultra, thereby doubling the amount of everything — CPU and GPU cores, for example. It uses high-bandwidth memory and can hold up to 128GB of data, although it consumes less power when combined than two standalone devices. 

The processor makes its debut in the new Mac Studio, a computer that appears like a double-height Mac Mini, albeit the M1 Max is included in the base configuration. Apple has positioned its performance as equivalent to or better than the Mac Pro, making it an excellent option for the majority of producers who don't require the Mac Pro's expandability.

The new Mac Studio features plenty of ventilation and a powerful cooling system, as well as six Thunderbolt 4 connections and the ability to drive up to four Pro XDR monitors. It starts at $1,999 (£1,999, AU$2,499) and goes up to $3,999 (£3,999, AU$6,099) with Apple's new M1 Ultra chip. You can order it now, and it will be delivered on March 18. 

"But that's for another day," Apple said, suggesting that a Mac Pro upgrade is on the way.

Apple Studio Display

The iPad-like profile of the 27-inch 5K Retina display matches that of the 24-inch iMac. It has the same A13 Bionic chip as the entry-level iPad, which allows it to process iPad-like features like Center Stage via the built-in 12-megapixel webcam, as well as several mics, six speakers, and four USB-C connections, one of which is Thunderbolt. It will cost you more if you want a stand that can raise and lower it or if you want the good antireflective Nano surface screen. The standard price is $1,599 (£1,499, AU$2,499), and it's available to order now, with delivery beginning March 18.

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