Apple set to unveil iPad, cheaper Watch on Tuesday

iPhone 12 series may be launched on September 15

Apple is all set to unveil a bunch of new products on Tuesday at its "Time Flies" event.

Target is one of the most famous product retailers in the United States, and the shops across the U.S. have revealed posters of Apple Watch 6 and iPhone 12 this week.

According to a report by 9to5Mac, the tipster has claimed that the company is going to launch a new colour variant - in a tone of Blue that was seen in the event invite - of the Apple Watch in the upcoming series. You can also watch the Apple Time Flies event through the Apple events app on Apple TV. Sources also expect a Watch Series 6 with the blood oxygen sensor and a faster processor and the cheaper Lite model and an iPad Air with a similar look to the iPad Pro with a slower processor. While sleep tracking on its own is helpful, but pairing it with data gathered from the blood oxygen measuring biosensors will give more information about the quality of sleep during different stages of your nap.

iPhone 12 series may be launched on September 15
First-ever 'CHEAP' Apple Watch could launch tomorrow – shaving £200 off the price

However, many prominent Apple analysts and watchers have not confirmed the feature. That should be a mistake and should be S6 seeing as the Series 5 is powered by the S5 processor. It also reported the company is preparing new high-end and low-end Apple Watches as well as a redesigned iPad Air with an edge-to-edge screen. If the smartwatch detects users are at risk, it will ask them to take some rest and will offer some breathing exercises to help calm them down.

Additionally, there have been rumors of improved waterproofing, new watch faces, and even a Touch ID sensor that will be embedded in the crown.

Previously listed on Apple's event page, the September 15 event has now been promoted to the top spot on the company's official front page. Apple tipster Jon Prosser has reveled some basic features of the Apple Watch SE.


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