As expected, Apple unveiled smaller versions of its iPhone and iPad Pro at Apple Headquarters in Cupertino, California, March 21. Not surprisingly, CEO Tim Cook also addressed Apple's fight with the feds over the encryption of a phone owned by a terrorist involved in last year's San Bernardino shootings. We've rounded up the top videos from today's event below.
Our first look at the iPhone SE
Apple gave us our first look today at the 4-inch.
A smaller iPad Pro
Apple's newhas what the company calls a first-of-its-kind "true-tone display."
A few new looks for the Apple Watch
We're seeing new bands for the Apple Watch, including one made of woven nylon.
iOS 9.3 Arrives
Newinclude Apple Music inside CarPlay, password protection for the Notes app and Night Shift and a new setting that changes colors on the screen at night.
Apple TV gets an update
Tim Cook announces. New features include Siri dictation, folders and Live Photos.
"We will not shrink from this responsibility"
Tim Cook opened the event byover encryption and the right to privacy.
A recycling robot
This robotand saves them for use in new products.
See all of the news from Apple's March 21 event.
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