In Cupertino, California, at Apple Park, the company’s headquarters, Apple hosted its annual iPhone announcement event on Tuesday.
The firm unveiled the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, which start at $799 and include USB-C charging. The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, with a starting price of $999, were also announced. New AirPods with USB-C and the all-new Apple Watch, which is composed of 95% titanium and has a 72-hour battery life, were also major announcements.
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The newest Apple Watch Ultra 2
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iPhone’s titanium case makes it the “lightest” and “thinnest boundaries” ever.
The day after the event, Apple’s stock was down around 2%. The presentation, which was a pre-recorded video, started at noon ET. After the announcements, CNBC had a chance to use the new gadgets firsthand.