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Apple has debuted a new Series 4 watch, which is essentially a total redesign.
The updated smart watch sports a new, larger edge-to-edge display, more complications, a UI refresh, and a digital crown that now features haptic feedback.
The Series 4 watch can also detect dangerous falls You can also perform in a 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.
Apple lifted the curtain on the trio of new devices.
The iPhone ten S is a five point eight inch screen.
And the ten S max has a six point five Benchmark, they both use faster algorithms for better performance, more security, and improved AR functionality.
Their cameras are better too, allowing for more complex photo taking, like smart HDR and adjustable depth of field post-photo.
Apple finished up with the iPhone XR, a smaller, cheaper alternative to the SNS Max That's sports and LCD screen and 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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