The iPad has been around for 10 years now, with over 500 million sold and Australian analysts Telsyte reckon Apple are selling nearly a million a year here in Australia at least.
Pre-order the Series 6 now; it starts at $399 for the GPS-only model and $100 more for the Global Positioning System and cellular version, and comes out on Friday. It will also periodically monitor oxygen levels in the background.
Other external changes for the Series 6 include new blue and red offerings, an always-on altimeter that detects changes in altitude and barometric pressure, and an improved display that's more than twice as bright as that of the Series 5.
The Apple Watch Series 3 stays on sale, at a reduced price of $299 but there is no longer a 4G option. It's also only available in an aluminum finish (the Series 6 offers stainless steel and titanium options).
Though it's much like the current Series 3 watch in appearance, the Watch SE contains a more powerful processor than Apple's older timepiece.
Apple Watch SE will start at $279, and Series 3 is staying at $199.
Apple announced that it is using the blood oxygen feature on the new Apple Watch to study COVID-19. There are also videos geared for yoga, cycling, treadmill walking and running as well strength and core exercises.
After the workout, users will get a summary of the data captured from a user's Apple watch sensors. Fitness+ starts at $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year.
Fitness+ is one of the services being incorporated into Apple One, which bundles Apple's various subscription services into one package.
Apple Arcade: This is the company's exclusive gaming service. Well, it didn't, as there was a new focus on different services that are coming to the Watch later this year.
Compared to subscribing to each service individually, the Individual plan will save users $6 per month, while the Family and Premier plans will save subscribers $8 and $25 per month, respectively. The videos work on iPad, iPhone, or Apple TV.
The entry-level iPad starts at $329 to start, $299 for education.
Apple showed off an updated iPad Air-with pretty familiar looks.
Despite the lack of support for FaceID, there's also an integrated TouchID sensor in the iPad Air's power button, giving users a security measure while ditching the familiar home button.
The new model also supports optional accessories including the Apple Pencil and Apple Smart Keyboard, as well as third-party versions from companies like Logitech.