In this still image provided by Apple from the keynote video of a special event at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, Apple's Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams unveils Apple Watch Series 6 on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020.
The biggest addition to the Apple Watch is the all-new blood oxygen monitor.
You didn't think Apple would stop at just announcing some new watches, did you?
The Series 6, which costs £379 and up, allows wearers to manually check blood oxygen levels, by taking a measurement that lasts a few seconds.
For added personal safety while traveling, users with cellular models of Apple Watch SE can complete worldwide calls to emergency services, regardless of where the device was originally purchased or if the cellular plan has been activated, the company said.
The $399 Apple Watch Series 6 improves on what's already the best smartwatch around, including a feature that can potentially help people detect illnesses like influenza (or COVID-19) earlier. Depending on what you are doing, where you are going, or for other reasons altogether, Apple has several different all new watch faces that you can choose from that are ideal for the occasion. Together, they make the Series 6 faster and enable new upcoming features, including an option to use the Apple Watch to unlock certain models of cars.
This gives users the same display that's found in the Series 6, along with the chipset from the Series 5. The Watch SE starts at $279 and is available for pre-order today, with the release coming on Friday, September 18th.
Apple's new iPad Air is a tablet with a 10.9 inch, 2360 x 1640 pixel display surrounded by slim bezels that leave no room for a Touch ID fingerprint sensor, so Apple moved it to to the power button.
A more surprising announcement: Apple Fitness+, a workout streaming service created to be used with the Apple Watch. It's machine-agnostic, meaning you don't need any particular equipment-aside from the Apple Watch. The service is priced at $9.99 a month or $79.99 for a year.
"Apple One makes enjoying Apple subscription services easier than ever, including Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, and more", said Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of internet software and services, in a statement. When it launches later this year, there will be a 30-day free trial available.
Individual - Apple Music, Arcade, TV+, and iCloud for $14.95 per month.
Premium - All of the same services, but also includes News+ and Fitness+ for $29.95 per month (in select regions).