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13 hours ago

This is everything Apple announced today

By Clare Duffy

Apple's hour-long event on Tuesday was packed with announcements.

Among them:

  • New features for families sharing an Apple credit card.

  • A purple version of the iPhone 12.

  • A subscription service for podcasts called Apple Podcast Subscriptions.

  • The long-awaited AirTag, a Bluetooth locator for items like keys, wallets, and laptops.

  • A new Apple TV 4K with a remote with Siri.

  • A redesigned iMac with Apple's own M1 chip, and updated accessories like a keyboard with fingerprint detector to unlock the computer.

  • And finally, a new iPad Pro that it also includes with the M1 chip.

Also noteworthy: New product software updates include a number of work-from-home-oriented features, such as camera enhancements on both the iMac and iPad Pro to make it easier to see and hear during sessions. video calls.

22 hours ago

The iPad Pro is renewed

By Rishi Iyengar

Apple will add its powerful M1 chip to the iPad Pro, allowing for various software updates including better graphics, improved video effects, and augmented reality features.

Its updated camera allows for greater depth and better video quality, as well as a feature called Center Stage that automatically zooms out during video calls or meetings based on the number of people in the frame.

The price of the renewed iPad Pro is $ 799 and can be ordered from April 30.

40 minutes ago

Meet the new Apple iMac with the M1 chip

By Clare Duffy

Apple announced a redesigned iMac with M1, the company's new internal chip.

The new chip has allowed Apple to reduce the size of the internal hardware, incorporating a smaller motherboard and replacing the thermal system that keeps the computer cool with two small fans.

The width of the new iMac only measures 11.5 millimeters.

The M1 chip will also make iMac applications run faster, improve the speed of machine learning and allow iPhone applications such as Zillow and Headspace to be used from the iMac screen, Apple executives said Tuesday.

The iMac will now have a 24-inch 4.5K screen with 11.3 million pixels.

And it comes in seven colors, including peach, mint, and lavender.

For users who continue to work from home, Apple has also improved the iMac's camera.

1080p camera features include automatic white balance, noise reduction, and tone mapping to help you look your best.

The computer also has a new microphone designed to reduce feedback noise so that it sounds better, too.

The new iMac starts at $ 1,299 for four colors, and $ 1,499 for the other three colors with additional features.

It will be available in the second half of May.

49 minutes ago

Apple will add a fingerprint reader to the iMac keyboard

By Rishi Iyengar

Apple will add a Touch ID button to the iMac's external keyboard for the first time.

The Touch ID button will be located in the upper right corner of the keyboard, as in the latest MacBooks, and will allow users to unlock the computer, change users or make payments through their fingerprints.

Both Apple's keyboard and Magic Mouse will be available in a variety of colors to match the new iMac color gamut.

1 hour ago

Apple TV, now in 4K and with a new Siri remote

By Rishi Iyengar

Apple will launch a new Apple TV device capable of streaming 4K definition video, along with a new Siri remote.

Made from 100% recycled aluminum, the remote includes a new panel at the top that users can click or swipe to navigate, as well as a dedicated Siri button on the side.

The remote control also effectively replaces your television control, with a dedicated power button to turn the television on and off.

The new Apple TV will be available starting April 30, with a 32GB version for $ 179 and a 64GB version for $ 199.

1 hour ago

Apple announces new subscription service: podcasts

By Kerry Flynn

Apple has another new subscription product: a paid podcast service called Apple Podcast Subscriptions.

The benefits of subscribing to podcasts include ad-free listening, early access to new series, and exclusive content.

Some of the participating media brands are NPR, Los Angeles Times, and The Athletic.

The payment service will be available in 170 regions and countries next month.

Podcast creators set their own prices.

Apple Family Sharing is enabled for up to six family members to share a podcast subscription.

Apple also redesigned its podcast app, including a new section called channels that will select shows.

1 hour ago

Apple introduces the AirTag

By Samantha Kelly

In what has been Apple's worst-kept secret in recent history, the company has finally unveiled AirTag, a token-like Bluetooth locator that plugs in and helps find items like keys, wallets, laptops, or even the car.

Small flat circular discs with built-in chips allow you to locate objects when connected to Apple's Find My app.

The AirTags, stainless steel devices that are resistant to water and dust, have a built-in speaker that plays sounds to help locate another AirTag.

AirTags can be purchased in a one ($ 29) or four ($ 99) pack beginning April 30.

1 hour ago

Apple introduces a new color for the iPhone 12: purple

By Rishi Iyengar

Among all the new product announcements, there was a slightly different reveal: a new color for the iPhone 12. The newest Apple smartphone will be available in purple.

The iPhone 12 in purple will be available for pre-order from Friday and will go on sale on April 30.

1 hour ago

Apple Announces 'Apple Card Family'

By Clare Duffy

Apple introduced changes for spouses and families who share their Apple Card credit card accounts, features it calls the "Apple Card Family," Tim Cook announced Tuesday.

Spouses can now merge and share their Apple card credit lines, having the same rights in the account and with each person accumulating credit history.

In the case of families, the company will now allow any member over the age of 13 to use the family Apple Card account.

Apple Card is an Apple-branded credit card issued by Goldman Sachs that the company launched in 2019, available only to iPhone users.

It can be used as a physical card like other credit cards, as well as in Apple Pay for contactless payments.

1 hour ago

Tim Cook kicks off Apple event with the help of augmented reality

By Samantha Kelly

Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the Apple event from the company's campus in Cupertino, California, with a little help from augmented reality.

The same swirls of colors in augmented reality that were included in the invitations to the event made their appearance in a short video that kicked off the event.

The eddies moved around Cook and formed the word "Hello."

2 hours ago

What else could we see today?

Apple TV, privacy features, and more

By Samantha Kelly

Here are other updates Apple could release today:

Apple tv

Not only should Apple TV get a new processor and support for better refresh rates for games, but a redesigned controller could function as a physical locator for AirTags, according to tech blog 9to5Mac.

AirPods 3

The next generation of Apple's wireless headphones is believed to have a design more in keeping with its higher-end AirPods Pro, along with spatial audio support and touch controls.

AirPods have cultivated a cult group over the years, becoming a fashion and status symbol, but Apple may wait until later this year to show off a new model.


Apple's MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are also due for a refresh, but it's unclear if they will do so next week.

Apple recently discontinued its iMac Pro line, which was once the most powerful computer the company offered, and its original HomePod to focus more on the HomePod mini.


Apple could also guide users through a long-awaited iOS 14.5 software update focused on privacy.

Its upcoming App Tracking Transparency feature will require app developers to explicitly disclose how they collect user data, what it will be used for, and will require user consent before they download or update apps from the App Store.

New emojis are also likely to appear, including one of a less graphic syringe amid the rollout of the covid-19 vaccine.

2 hours ago

Get ready for the new iPad

By Samantha Kelly

Apple's spring events are usually a great mix - we've seen launches around education, its streaming services, and the inexpensive iPhone SE.

But this year Apple is expected to show off an updated iPad Pro with a faster processor, 5G capability, a Thunderbolt port so it can connect to more external monitors, and a Mini LED display.

The screen is expected to increase brightness, offer a higher contrast ratio, improve energy efficiency for longer battery life but be slightly thicker than current versions.

Apple may also show off a redesigned iPad mini with smaller bezels and a larger screen.

But it's unclear if any of these updates will be enough to convince users to update.

Eleftheria Kouri, an analyst at technology market advisory firm ABI Research, said tablet shipments increased significantly in 2020, thanks in part to the education sector and telecommuting.

But that rebound won't last forever.

"Tablet vendors, including Apple, need to introduce a truly game-changing technology feature to drive sales and encourage consumers to replace their old devices - 5G connectivity is one of these key features," Kouri said.

3 hours ago

What to expect from Apple's 'Springloaded' event

By Samantha Murphy Kelly

If the "Spring loaded" slogan at Apple's upcoming press event is any indication, the company is about to launch a ton of new products.

The image included in the press invitations hints at new iPads and augmented reality.

Apple is holding its first event of 2021 on Tuesday and will likely focus on new iPads, along with a product that has been in the making for years.

Invitations to the virtual press conference sent to reporters last week included an image of colored spirals that make up the Apple logo, an image that could look like it was produced by an Apple Pencil, a hint hinting at updates from your iPad line.



Source: cnnespanol

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