Product Hunt Weekly Digest
September 20th, 2020

NEW from Apple
In an unusual time, Apple held an unusual virtual Fall event revealing new hardware and software, but leaving out the much anticipated iPhone.

Here's a quick recap of the highlights ICYMI:

⌚️ Watch SE is a new, more affordable watch (starting at $279) with fall detection, advanced fitness features, and Family Setup with watchOS 7.

🩸 Watch Series 6 expands the health capabilities of previous models with a new feature measuring blood oxygen levels. Should be available from Sep 18, starting at $399.

✏️ iPad 8th Gen features the Neural Engine, updated hardware, and a low price tag of $329 for the basic model.

🆔 New iPad Air features an all-new and larger screen design (similar to iPad Pro), next-generation Touch ID and it comes in a bunch of pretty colors. Should be available next month starting at $599.

🏃‍♂️ Fitness+ is a new personalized fitness experience built for Apple Watch and can be used in combination with iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV. Clear launch date is not yet available, but Apple promised it’s arriving later this year.

🍏 Apple One offers Music, TV+, Arcade, News+, Fitness+, and iCloud in one simple plan promising you the biggest bang, binge, and blast for your buck. Launching later this Fall with a starting price of $14.99/mo.

And finally, the new iOS updates (iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and WatchOS 7) are coming today across the Apple device lineup around the world.

TLDR; Apple revealed new Watch Series 6 and SE, updated iPad, redesigned iPad Air, and announced Fitness+ and Apple One subscriptions.

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