Today was one of the most anticipated days for all lovers of Apple products, especially the iPhone.
The Far Out took place at the company’s headquarters in California, United States, and this was the minute by minute of the Apple Event:
13:36. And the event ends here. Tim Cook closes the Far Out reviewing all the news.
13:33. The price of new smartphones:
– The iPhone 14 Pro will start at $999.
– The iPhone 14 Pro Max, starting at $1,099.
In the capture that accompanies this message you can see how the prices are in dollars.
1:28 p.m. Now we talk about the video. Action Mode and Cinematic mode have been enhanced to support 4K at 40 FPS or 4K at 24 PFS. In the image below these lines you can see a summary of the main news of the team.
1:26 p.m. The new wide-angle camera has a larger sensor and Focus Pixels. 3x better photos in low light. The flash, meanwhile, has been designed to adopt a new behavior that takes into account the focal length.
1:24 p.m. The new sensor is also used to enhance ProRAW. This allows photographers to have more control of their work. Photos can be taken in ProRAW up to 48 MP. In addition, there is a new machine learning model to improve details and reduce noise in captures.
13:22. Photography is one of the most important points of the Pro models. In this sense, Apple has incorporated a 48 MP main camera, with a 24 mm focal length, second generation OIS. The new sensor groups 4 pixels into a quad pixel, allowing 4 times more light to be captured. They also announce improvements in low-light photography.
1:20 p.m. The GPU has 5 cores. It is accompanied by a new display engine, for permanently active display and other options.
1:19 p.m. Now they are talking about the processor. The Pro version will finally debut Apple’s most modern chip. It’s the A16. The new SoC has 16 billion transistors and is built on the 4-nanometer process. The cores are 6 high-performance and 2 high-efficiency.
1:18 p.m. You keep talking about the screen. This can reach 2,000 nits.
1:15 p.m. Apple hasn’t tried to hide the TrueDepth camera real estate, but has instead fed it a host of software features to make it a new way to display notifications. If we talk about the screen, it must also be said that the ‘Always on display’ feature has been confirmed in these Pro models.
1:14 p.m. New TrueDepth camera. New system to display notifications. They present ‘Dynamic Island’. When the user receives an alert, ‘Dynamic Island’ will take care of displaying it.
1:11 p.m. It’s time to talk about the Pro version of the iPhone. Another rumor is confirmed. Finally the notch has been transformed into a pill-shaped hole.
1:09 p.m. This is the prices:
– iPhone 14: from USD$799.
– iPhone 14 Plus: from USD$899.
The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus can be reserved from September 7. The iPhone 14 Plus will be available on October 7, in the United States.
13:07. Those from Cupertino are now talking about the work they have been doing to reduce the environmental impact with their products.
1:06 p.m. In addition, the function will allow sharing the location with the satellite. This feature will be available only in the US and Canadian markets.
1:06 p.m. There are a number of preset messages that can be sent in emergency situations.
1:06 p.m. Apple says it has created a custom algorithm to optimize the connection to the satellite. It can take less than 15 seconds to send an emergency message with the phone open.
13:03. Now they are presenting this feature with a promotional video. This is Emergency SOS This satellite function will only work in emergency situations. To work, the iPhone will have to be located in the open sky.
1:01 p.m. And speaking of connectivity, satellite connection has finally been confirmed on these phones.
13:00. Effectively, US iPhone models won’t need a physical SIM.
12:59. The iPhone 14 will adopt the eSIM as the main alternative, although only in the United States. This means that it will not be necessary to use a physical SIM card.
12:56. The TrueDepth camera is also updated. It has f 1/9 aperture, and offers a 38% improvement in low light environments. It also receives autofocus to improve selfies.
12:56. Apple announces improvements in the photographic section of the terminals. A new 12 MP camera, with a larger sensor and larger pixels. f1/5 aperture.
12:54. The Apple A15 is the chip that Apple introduced last year with the iPhone 13s. Rumors said that only the Pro models would receive a new chip. How it actually works remains to be seen.
12:53. Now we talk about the chips. The Apple A15 SoC will continue to be present.
12:51. The surname “Plus” returns to Apple smartphones. This means: the iPhone 14 Plus will be 6.7 inches; the iPhone 14 (regular) 6.1 inches. More screen space, more battery life, ”they say.
12:50. It is the moment of the great protagonist of this event. The new iPhone 14. And there is a Plus version.
12:48. The case has a speaker at the bottom that can play sounds. Its function is to indicate pairing, low battery and charging start. They will be available at USD$249.
12:47. Noise cancellation is one of the hallmarks of AirPods Pro. Now Apple has improved it. ‘Ambient Mode’ arrives, which can react to highly noisy environments. The H2 chip also offers advanced computational audio that could not previously be offered in such a small device, they say. 30 hours of total autonomy, 33% more than the original version, according to Apple.
12:44. At the heart of the new AirPods Pro is the new H2 chip. It promises to improve sound quality, with a new distortion driver and custom amp. At the design level, there are not many changes compared to the previous version.
12:42. Tim Cook just announced the new AirPods Pro. “Our most advanced AirPods yet,” says the Apple CEO.
12:37. The Apple Watch Ultra is priced at $799.
12:35. Apple keeps talking about the capabilities of the Apple Watch Ultra for divers. The company even introduces an app called Oceanic+, which includes a dive planner, water temperature log, and more.
12:34. The Apple Watch Ultra also features an 86-decibel siren that can be heard up to 600 feet away. In addition, it incorporates a function for divers that indicates the depth.
12:31. The device also incorporates a new precision GPS feature. Also new sports tracking metrics. In addition, Apple promises to add a feature for athletes by the end of the year.
12:30. There’s a new Alpine Loop strap to go with the Apple Watch Ultra and an Ocean strap.
12:28. There is a new face specifically designed for this model. And a ‘Night Mode’ has been added.
12:28. A case made of titanium, more resistant. This extends to surround the sapphire crystal. The device is designed to withstand demanding activities. They also added an ‘Action’ button, which is used to customize some functions. The digital crown is still present, and protruding from the side of the case. They also added a second speaker, and it includes cellular connectivity. The battery is 36 hours long, but with the saving mode it can be raised up to 60 hours.
12:26. The new Apple Watch Ultra is introduced.
12:23. The new Apple Watch SE comes in silver, midnight, and starlight. The back shell is made of nylon composite materials. Includes fall detection, shock detection and other SE features. It has the same chip as the SE, so it’s 20% faster than before. The price is from USD$249.
12:22. The new Apple Watch SE is introduced.
12:21. Apple Watch Series 8 starting at $399.
12:20. Nike watch faces can now be used with any Apple Watch model. There are also new Hermès straps.
12:19. And there are also news from Nike and Hermès.
12:18. The new battery saving mode keeps the core Apple Watch features like activity tracking, but disables things like always-on display and some sports features.
12:17. The Apple Watch Series 8 has 18 hours of battery life, but it incorporates a new Battery Saver mode that offers up to 36 hours of use.
12:16. Crash detection is possible, they say, thanks to years of research. It works with impacts from different parts.
12:15. This is possible thanks to the built-in sensors.
12:14. A new functionality called Clash Detection. When a shock is detected, the watch contacts the emergency services directly.
12:14. All data is recorded in the Health app and synced with iCloud. Users have the possibility to share them with medical professionals.
12:13. All iOS 16 and watchOS 9 users can receive notifications of potential cycle deviations.
12:11. The smart watch incorporates a new function that helps improve women’s health with retrospective ovulation calculation.
12:10. Apple has focused on health features. Also, the Apple Watch Series 8 has a new temperature sensor.
12:09. A design similar to that of the 7 series can now be seen.
12:07. Among the stories is that of an Apple Watch user who had a plane crash and how the device helped give a warning to emergencies.
12:04. The new Apple Watch debuts
12:04. Cook talks about the integration of devices, which benefit from the ecosystem that Apple has created
12:00. Tim Cook welcomes Far Out, the Apple event.
Today is one of the most anticipated days for all product lovers Manzana, especially of iPhone. As everyone knows, some time ago the Far Out event of the bitten apple was announced for today, September 7, which will take place at the company’s headquarters in California.
The event will be important to see their new models of smart phonesfrom the basic version of the iPhone 14 to the more expensive Pro Max. And, how could it be otherwise, TechMarkup will bring the minute by minute of this conference live.
Three new Apple Watch ready to be presented
Another of the great novelties of the launch could be the Apple WatchPro with the Apple Watch Series 8 and SE.
The Apple company leads the market for Smart Watchesalthough in the field of extreme sports there are companies like Garmin and Amazfit that attract a large part of the customers who are looking for something more.
In this way, the appearance of a model with a larger screen and a titanium body makes sense, which, of course, will also have a higher price, close to 1,000 dollars.
Apple Watch Series 8 can integrate a body temperature sensor that will be added to the existing sensors to measure blood oxygen, heart rate and electrocardiogram.
For years, there has been much speculation that Apple’s research to measure blood sugar through a non-invasive sensor, which could be very useful for diabetics, although there is no indication that it will be in the next generation of watches when this new arrives function.