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Here’s everything Apple announced at its ‘Peek Performance’ event

Apple's Peak Performance presentation not only announced the iPhone SE and iPad Air, but it also debuted a new Mac Studio, which is available now. Several of the speculated products that were scheduled to be released were not made available by the corporation.


During the event, new color choices for both the 13 Basic and the 13 Pro were shown, including the Pro Alpine Green color option for the 13 Pro.

There will be a new version of Apple's lower-cost iPhone SE available in the world: The A15 Bionic CPU in the iPhone 13 allows you to transfer text from your camera to your phone utilizing features such as Instant Text Copying. The smartphone now boasts a 5G connection as well as "enhanced battery life," according to the manufacturer. If you're an iPhone aficionado from prior versions of the gadget, you can anticipate a 4.7-inch display and a home button with a fingerprint sensor. Prices for the iPhone SE will vary from $429 to $499 when it goes on sale on March 18th at retail stores.

The M1 Ultra is the newest product from Apple Silicon, and it's available now. Two M1 Max processors and up to 128GB of RAM are available. As stated by the company themselves, this CPU is eight times faster than the M1. They suggest that the M1 Ultra will be included in the Mac Studio and, more likely, the Mac Pro versions that will be released shortly thereafter.
Recently released Apple monitors have arrived on the market after a lengthy period of absence. The Studio Monitor is a 27-inch 5K display with a resolution of 3840 x 2160. This device also has a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera, in addition to the three microphones mentioned above. On the device's rear, there are three USB-C ports as well as a Thunderbolt port for connecting external devices. In addition to a tilt base, an adjustable tilt/height stand, and a VESA mounting bracket, Apple also offers many more mounting options.

The Studio Display costs $1599 and is available now. Shipments will begin on March 18, as scheduled, and will be distributed around the world.



Every Friday during the regular season, two Major League Baseball games will be accessible for live streaming on Apple's service. Big Innings highlights, as well as a new 24/7 MLB feed in the United States and Canada, are now accessible for on-demand viewing in those countries.

An Apple insider, Mark Gurman, has confirmed that Apple will release the second version of its premium headphones, known as the AirPods Pro, later this year. The AirPods Pro is scheduled to be introduced later this year. During the presentation on March 8, no announcements about audio were made, which was to be expected.

In response to Apple's Peek Performance presentation, it's possible that the AirPods Pro 2 may be unveiled later this year. Apple may introduce the AirPods Pro 2 alongside the iPhone 14 series, according to reports.

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