Update, Oct. 13: The, and the is expected to be unveiled. .
Apple CEO Tim Cook started Tuesday's event by telling us the and new additions to the would be the highlights -- and then we got the , the , the debuting the and a .
The rumoredof Apple Arcade, Apple TV Plus, iCloud, Apple Music and other services became a reality starting at $14.95 (£14.95, AU$19.95) a month, including the new Fitness Plus service. But the .
We didn't expect the, and while Apple confirmed that the new iPhone will be available "a few weeks later" than its usual mid-September launch, is that it will be either Oct. 13 or 14. The updated versions of Apple's operating systems -- , and -- are all coming Wednesday, though.
Apple iPad (8th-gen) and iPad Air
It's been. Wow. The latest generation gets a power update to the A12 Bionic processor. It still starts at $329 (£329, AU$499), preorders start now and it ships Friday.
The new iPad Air comes in colors like the rainbow, incorporates a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display and receives long-awaited updates, like Touch ID via the power button. It jumps to the new 5-nanometer A14 Bionic chip with six cores and a four-core GPU. It will ship in October starting at $599 (£579, AU$899).
Apple Watch Series 6 and Watch SE
Apple recapped the WWDC. The new Apple Watch Series 6 has new colors and finishes, an always-on display and expanded health measurements, including blood oxygen saturation, or Sp02. It incorporates a new, customized A13-based processor that's faster. A new band design is a single, stretchy loop. It starts at $399 (£379, AU$599) and ships Friday. Apple also added a new Family Setup option that doesn't require pairing with an iPhone and expanded parental controls.that were announced at
The Apple Watch SE has a bigger display and a (relatively) more affordable $279 (£269, AU$429) starting price. Thestays in the lineup at $199 (£199, AU$299). is a new, Watch-centric subscription service that gives you tailored workouts for $9.99 (£9.99, AU$14.99) per month or $80 (£80, AU$120) per year.