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Apple unveils the latest iPhones at the first virtual event of the year

Apple is expected to unveil new iPhones, iPads and Macs on Tuesday when the company holds its first event of 2022.

In an online stream titled “Peek Performance,” Apple is expected to announce a new version of its cheaper iPhone SE model. The new iPhone SE will feature 5G capability, more powerful cameras and a more powerful processor. according to Bloomberg.

The new iPhone SE will retail for $400 — compared to $700 or more for versions of the iPhone 13 — and its low price will help it sell well internationally, predicted Dan Ives, managing director of Wedbush Securities, in an investor statement on Sunday.

In addition, the Tim Cook-led company will reportedly unveil a new version of its iPad Air that offers optional 5G support, as well as the faster A15 chip and improved FaceTime capabilities, Bloomberg reported.

The iPhone SE and iPad Air were last updated in 2020.

Tim cook
Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to announce new devices on Tuesday.
Bloomberg

At the event, scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, Apple is also expected to announce at least one new Mac computer with an Apple-made chip. That could be a new Mac mini or iMac desktops, or a new 13-inch MacBook laptop, according to Bloomberg.

In addition to the Mac model announced Tuesday, other new Macs will be unveiled within the next three to five months, Ives predicted.

While the event will likely consist of incremental upgrades to existing products, some Apple watchers expect more groundbreaking announcements later this year.

Apple CEO Tim Cook
Apple is expected to announce at least one new Mac computer.
Mario Tama

According to Ives, this could include the debut of a virtual and augmented reality headset “Apple Glass” in the summer – as well as the iPhone 14 and new Apple watches in the fall.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/07/apple-to-unveil-latest-iphones-at-1st-virtual-event-of-year/ Apple unveils the latest iPhones at the first virtual event of the year

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