Here’s what Apple announced at its September Event

Just recently, Apple held its annual September Event, heavily focused around the new iPhones, but also introducing a new Apple Watch lineup and new AirPods. Here’s everything that was introduced.

Apple released 3 new Apple Watches firstly: a new $249 Apple Watch SE, a $399 Apple Watch Series 8, and the all-new leader $799 Apple Watch Ultra.

While the SE and Series 8 were modest upgrades mostly resembling their previous generations, the Apple Watch Ultra was a depart from Apple’s watch design philosophy.

Right after, Apple went on to introduce the long-awaited AirPods Pro 2. While it was nothing like the stem-less leaks, there were a few notable improvements, like improved battery life, a speaker in the case, and better noise cancellation.

Finally, Apple went to the most anticipated portion of the event, the iPhone 14 series. First were revealed the 6.1″ iPhone 14 and 6.7″ iPhone 14 Plus, $799 and $899 respectively starting. These brought very modest upgrades, a huge disappointment for many Apple fans.

The real upgrades were made in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. We saw a new A16 Bionic Chip, a 48MP Main Camera, the new Dynamic Island Pill design, and more.

A new exclusive colour was custom made for the iPhone 14 Pros, named “Deep Purple”. Apple retained the $999 and $1099 Prices for the 14 Pro and Pro Max models in the United States, but international prices rose significantly. All iPhone 14 models will keep the 128GB starting capacity.

What interested you most at Apple’s September event?