(No iPhone 12 yet, sorry.) If you didn't have time to watch the whole presentation, read on for the highlights. Well, it didn't, as there was a new focus on different services that are coming to the Watch later this year. New classes will be uploaded each week, and data will sync with the Apple Watch.
The latest iPad Air has a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the wake button on top, the new A14 Bionic chip, a six-core design, and a new four-core GPU. It's also now possible to access notifications, Control Center, change watch faces, or tap on complications without fully waking the screen. What's more, you can now get the Solo Loop band, which has no overlapping parts for the ultimate comfort, while being stretchable and swim-proof. It's available in five colors, including pastel-shaded pink, blue, and green. The major advantage of this service is that the customer will no longer need to take separate subscriptions for services like Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple News Plus, Apple Arcade, Apple Fitness Plus and Apple Cloud. The company says it's partnering with health networks to start large-scale studies using the new blood oxygen measurement feature, including testing to see if it can detect if a person is infected with COVID-19. With watchOS 7, we have hand-washing detection, which reminds you to wash your hands and monitors the duration that you do it.
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Matt Hancock, UK's health secretary, said the initial pause of the trials showed that safety will always come first. According to the statement, the trials have been carried out in three other countries: Bahrain, the UAE and Jordan.
You can use your iPhone to pair Apple Watch for your family members, even if they don't have an iPhone to pair it with. Kids can use the great Workout app among other features of the Apple Watch, while this setup allows you to carefully select which contacts they can communicate with. You can enable automatic locations, so you always know where your children are: whether they're at school or at the playground.
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Tarpley, the Martin schools mom and employee, trusts the district is doing everything it can to keep her children safe, she said. A teacher at Valley Central Middle School tested positive for COVID-19, according to New York State's "The COVID-19 Report Card".
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 watch comes with a lower price tag than Watch Series 6. On the first look, both smartwatches look similar, and the differences are concentrated mainly in the features' department.
Unfortunately, this feature is not yet available in Australia, as it requires some work from the Telcos to provision the virtual SIM card for a new number on the same account as the iPhone.
AstraZeneca vaccine trial suspended in USA amid concerns over serious complication
Volunteers are expected to receive a second shot of the adenovirus-based viral vector vaccine within 21 days of the first. There has been no confirmation from the concerned authorities in South Africa yet on when the trials will recommence.
With the Watch SE starting at $279 (£269, AU$429), Apple is looking to appeal to a new audience of smartwatch wearers - including children.