The company Apple has lived up to its reputation. In its recent convention, it has announced a lot of exciting products to look forward to. From Apple TV+ to iPhone 11 to the new generation of iPad, it certainly hasnt left anything behind. Also, it’s amazing updates have taken a step ahead in the digital revolution and made sure that you definitely enjoy these products.
Apple today announced the seventh-generation of the iPad. The display has grown to 10.2 inches, and has nearly 3.5 million pixels.
Under the hood is the A10 Fusion chip, as expected. The new iPad features a new “smart connector” to connect keyboards, while folding into the cover to stay out of sight. It has deeper integration with Apple Pencil, improved multi-tasking, and desktop-quality.
Fall detection, Emergency SOS, and Medical ID are all a little more capable. International emergency calling seems like a great new feature, allowing for 911 calls (or region specific versions of it anyway), no matter where you are.
The cases are each made of 100 percent recycled aluminum, just like that of the iPad. Stainless steel models come in three colors, and we’ll get a titanium model for the first time with a custom-brushed finish.
We’ll get six new colors with the iPhone 11, which Apple seems pretty proud of. It has a 6.1 inch Liquid Retina display, and now we’ll get spatial audio that creates a sound field around you. It also supports Dolby Atmos.
The camera has gone with a dual lens system with a 12MP wide camera, and a 12MP ultrawide camera to boot. When you’re taking a wide shot, you’ll get a new interface that shows a simulated view of what an ultrawide shot would look like, allowing you to switch to the wider shot with a tap. This works in video as well.
QuickTake lets you take a quick video while you’re taking a photo. Simply tap and hold the shutter button while you’re snapping photos to take a quick video instead.
The front camera gets an update too, with a 12MP shooter allowing for 4k video, with extended dynamic range. You can now flip the iPhone on its side for group selfies, or make use of the new slow-mo feature on the front-facing cam.