Yesterday Apple released two new terminals. It’s the new iPhoneSE and a smaller iPad Pro. The two devices were launched in a brand new event.
The event started with the launch of the new smartphone with 4 inch screen. The new iPhone has a design similar to the iPhone 5S, with housing made of aluminum. The smartphone was launched without an important feature present on the iPhone 6S. It is 3D Touch. The technology, which debuted on the Apple Watch, measure the pressure applied to the display so that users can activate the phone’s new features in the operating system and applications.
The new iPhone has a screen with a resolution of 1.136×640 pixels (326 ppi), an Apple A9 processor and (probably) 2GB RAM. Internal storage capacity is 16 or 64GB. The camera on the new smartphone is the 12 MP on iPhone 6S, capable of shooting 4K quality. The front camera is only 1.2 MP.
The cheapest version of iPhone (16GB) will cost around 400 dollars, and the versiun with 64GB internal storage capacity around 500 dollars. The terminal has support for Apple Pay and Live Photos.
Unfortunately, Apple does not give up the habit of launching devices with internal storage capacity of 16 GB, despite its smartphones now feature cameras able to film 4K movies and do not support micro-SD cards.
The smartphone will be available for pre-order starting March 24, and deliveries will begin on March 31. The iPhone will be launched in over 100 countries.
The next device introduced is the new iPad and they presented a smaller version of the iPad Pro, with a screen diagonal of 9.7 inches. According to an representative, the device is large enough to do your job on the tablet and yet portable enough to take it anywhere. iPad Pro uses the same processor as larger version an A9X. Tablet has 4 speakers, 25% brighter display than the iPad Air 2 and supports input from Apple Pencil.