Apple has unveiled its new product launches which included a cheaper iPad and new red iPhone for its iPhone 7 and 7plus.
The iPad Air 2 is replaced by a new model. It retains a 9.7-inch screen with a brighter display and the processor is faster. It will go on sale Friday beginning at $449 for a Wifi-enabled 32-gigabyte model.
A much speculated 10.5-inch iPad Pro didn’t materialize, nor did the new versions of existing sizes in the Pro lineup which is aimed at businesses and creative professionals.
The tablet market is in a broadened failure following a couple of years of fast development. tablet shipments fell 20% to 53 million in the last three months of 2016 contrasted to a similar period in 2015, as indicated by IDC.
The company additionally revealed another iPad mini 4 with 128 gigabytes of capacity, starting at $549. The new iPad mini is accessible at this point.
with its release in march, Apple also introduced a 32GB and 128GB models of the iPhone SE which will be replacing the 16GB and 64GB models.
Apple will also be releasing a red edition of the iPhone 7 and 7plus, which for each phone sold apple is going to donate an unspecified amount to the Global Fund for HIV and AIDS programs.
Apple usually stages its more elaborate product unveilings in September or October, in advance of the holiday shopping season. Apple’s tenth-anniversary iPhone is expected to feature better touchscreen technology, wireless charging and a shift to OLED displays.