New iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch unveiled: how much do they cost?
Apple has unveiled its latest product suite, launching its cheapest ever iPhone, an updated smaller version of the iPad Pro, and a range of new straps for the Apple Watch, which will also become cheaper.
The new iPhone SE boasts a smaller, 4-inch screen, a 12-megapixel camera and a faster processor. The 16GB handset will cost £359 and the 64GB version costs £439 from Apple. It will be available in four colours, including rose gold.
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The new 9.7-inch iPad Pro has an updated 12.1-megapixel camera, supports ultra-high definition video, and has the option for a keyboard case. The 32GB version will cost £499, rising to £619 for the 128GB version. Apple will also sell a souped-up 256GB iPad Pro for £739. It’s also available in four colours.
Alongside the new product launches, Apple also announced the latest upgrade to its operating system - version 9.3. The biggest changes are new security features and a ‘Night Shift’ mode, which makes light from the screen redder in the evening, as blue light is thought to disrupt sleep patterns.
The Apple Watch will also become £40 cheaper, with the price cut down to £259.
All of these new Apple products will launch on 31 March, and are available to pre-order directly from Apple from 24 March.
Some of the major mobile phone networks and retailers, such as EE and Carphone Warehouse, have already confirmed they’ll offer the new iPhone SE, but contract prices have yet to be announced.