Everything Apple Announced at Today's iPad and Apple Watch Event in Just Seven Minutes

Apple today held its annual September event, but this year was a bit different because no new iPhones were announced. The "Time Flies" event focused on the Apple Watch Series 6 and the iPad Air, and saw the debut of a new Apple One services bundle.

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It took Apple an hour to introduce the new devices, but we've recapped the event in just seven minutes for our readers who would like a no-frills but thorough overview of all of the announcements.

The new $399 ‌Apple Watch Series 6‌ offers a faster S6 chip for better performance and battery efficiency, a next-generation always-on altimeter, and, most notably, a new blood oxygen monitoring feature. Apple is also selling it in two new aluminum colors: blue and (PRODUCT)RED.

Apple also announced a lower-cost $279 Apple Watch SE without blood oxygen monitoring, or ECG, and there's a new ‌iPad‌ Air with an all-screen display, new colors, and a Touch ID power button. A new Fitness+ service offers Apple Watch-guided fitness videos for $9.99 per month, and the ‌Apple One‌ bundle lets you purchase several services for one monthly price to save some cash.

All of our event coverage is available below, so make sure to check out our articles so you don't miss any of the updates.

Apple Watch Series 6 and SE

iPad Air

Eighth-Generation iPad

Apple One

Fitness+

Other Announcements

Apple Videos

Apple shared several videos during its keynote event highlighting new products. We've embedded them below for those who missed seeing the event live.





Apple's full event livestream can be rewatched on YouTube or on the Apple Event website, and there's even an ASL version.


The new Apple Watch models and ‌iPad‌ can be purchased as of today, with the ‌iPad‌ Air set to become available in October.

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2 weeks ago


**UNDERWHELMING**

Apple hasn't wowed me in a few years now... Still waiting for something worthwhile from Apple. Miss Steve ?

I’m so sick of seeing this. Do you know why? Cause the tech isn’t new anymore. It’s very mature. What do you want them to do? It’s just a phone or a watch. You want it to teleport you around or something
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2 weeks ago
To be honest, the whole event could have fitted into seven minutes. Should have just been a press release.
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**UNDERWHELMING**

Apple hasn't wowed me in a few years now... Still waiting for something worthwhile from Apple. Miss Steve ?
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2 weeks ago


I’m so sick of seeing this. Do you know why? Cause the tech isn’t new anymore. It’s very mature. What do you want them to do? It’s just a phone or a watch. You want it to teleport you around or something

Nokia, Ericsson, Kyocera, Motorola, Blackberry said the same thing in 2006 :)
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2 weeks ago
Well that’s the final nail in the coffin for Prosser’s reputation. Let’s never mention him again.
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Confirming there's no need to upgrade anything.
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