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Apple has debuted a new series four watch, which is essentially a total redesign.
The updated smart watch sports new larger edge to edge display, more complications, the UI refresh and a digital crumb that now features haptic feedback.
The series four watch can now detect dangerous falls.
Can also perform an electrocardiogram directly from your wrist.
It might be able to detect heart issues and other irregularities that you can discuss with your doctor.
Next up is the new iPhones and Apple lifted the curtain on a trio of new devices.
The iPhone XS has a 5.8" screen and the XS max has a 6.5" They both use faster algorithms for better performance, more security, and improved AR functionality.
Their cameras are better tool allowing for more complex photo taking like smart HDR and adjustable depth of field post photo.
Apple finished up with the iPhone 10R, a smaller, cheaper alternative to the SNS Max And sports an LCD screen.
It comes in six finishes and three sizes.
And finally most notably absent during the event were new airpods, any talk about wireless charging, and any and all iPad news.
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