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Apple event: Live updates

September 15, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Apple showed off a new Apple Watch and iPad at its highly anticipated September event.

Apple One allows subscribers to pay a single monthly fee, starting at $14. 95, for access to a collection of Apple’s digital services, including Apple Music, Apple Arcade and Apple TV+.

Clocking in at an hour, give or take, Apple executives sped through the fine details of the latest Apple Watch, iPad, iPad Air and a host of new services.

Apple previously announced new features coming to iOS 14, including ways to better discover and organize apps, upgrades to group chats and privacy changes.

Apple announced a Fitness+ subscription, built for the Apple Watch, that costs $9. 99 a month and will include cycling and yoga exercises.

Apple is offering the new service on a 30-day free trial.

Following in the footsteps of iPad Pro, iPad Air now uses USB-C instead of Apple's proprietary Lightning connector, meaning you'll be able to charge it with the same cable that charges a new MacBook Air or a Google Pixel.

Apple is also giving the iPad Air USB-C compatibility, which will allow it to connect to a wider variety of non-Apple devices.

The new 8th generation iPad features what Apple says is an all-day battery, faster graphics and processing, a better camera and the A12 bionic chip, which Apple says is "more powerful than ever. "

Apple threw some shade at Google, saying its new iPad is six times faster than the top selling Chromebook.

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