Apple Watch Series 5 official - now with an always-on display

Apple Watch Series 5 smartwatch launched along with new iPad

Apple launches Watch Series 5 with always-on display

Apple is notoriously bad at providing details and specifications in events, so it's unclear if the new iPad has a Lightning port, but that seems likely.

The Apple Watch Series 5 comes in an assortment of new cases and includes global emergency calling even if you don't have the cellular version of the device. It has also unveiled the new Apple Watch Series 5, debuting an Always-On Retina display. The watch has a new built-in compass and updated Maps app which allow users to see which way they are facing. The smartwatch comes with an Always-On Retina display that never sleeps, making it easy to check the time and other important information, without having to raise or tap the display. The new Emergency Calling feature displayed on Apple Watch Series 5.

In Australia, pricing for the Apple Watch Series 5 starts at AU$649 for the Global Positioning System model and AU$799 for the 4G-enabled version. Apple iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro Max India Prices Announced From Rs 64,900.

Meanwhile, the Apple Watch Series 3 isn't going anywhere and will be available for just $199.

The company also used the event to announce the Apple Watch Series 5 which will sell for $399 for a Global Positioning System version and $499 for a cellular-based model.

The new 10.2-inch Retina display iPad has almost 3.5 million pixels and a wide viewing angle making it a vivid canvas for creative expression and flawless for immersive augmented reality (AR) experiences that take advantage of its enhanced cameras and advanced sensors.

Apple Watch Series 5 smartwatch launched along with new iPad
Apple Watch Series 5 Launched with Always on Display; Starting at $399

The Series 5 gets a 64-bit, dual core S5 processor (the amount of storage hasn't been announced) and once again Apple has claimed 18 hours of battery life.

Apple added a compass app and functionality to the Apple Watch Series 5 as well. That means the display will always be turned on for quick glances at the time and your complications.

The new iPad will start at S$499 for the Wi-Fi model and S$649 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model.

Apple's new iPad will be avialable in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold colors and 32GB and 128GB storage options.

By enrolling in one of the studies, you can contribute data about your heart health, periods and hearing - the latter two using new features coming in watchOS 6 that allow you to track cycles and symptoms and measure noise decibels right on your wrist. The GPS-only variant of the Watch Series 3 now costs Rs 20,900. The watch will run on watchOS 6 out-of-the-box.

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