Everything you need to know about Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ event announcements

Apple’s spring-loaded event crammed this one-hour event with many exciting news. Here’s what you need to know about the key points of the spring-loaded Apple Card “Apple Card Family” will now allow you to share your card with anyone in your family over the age of 13, with customizable spending limits for each added user. Users will now be able to “co-own” an Apple card with another adult, with both owners building up their credit equally.
Apple Podcasts – Apple is all set to launch a redesigned Podcast app, including an option for paid subscriptions (monthly or annual) to individual podcasts.
Purple iPhones -Apple users always wanted a vibrant set of iPhones, guess what Apple now has finally answering their consumer demands by bringing out existing iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini in a new colour option: purple. However, now new iPhone announcements were made this event as those usually come later in year generally. 

AirTag – Each AirTag has a built-in speaker for helping you track down lost items, and you can engrave them with texts and/or select emoji for free when you buy them online.They’ll cost around $29 each or $99 for a four pack, and will launch on April 30. They’ll have user-replaceable batteries, with no built-in attachment loop. If you want to attach it to something like a keyring, you’ll need to add a case. Which, they’ll be making and selling.

Next-gen Apple TV 4KAfter its first launch in 2017 apple announced a big refresh to the Apple TV 4K. Here’s the breakdown: Powered by Apple’s A12 Bionic chip. Can calibrate the picture using an iPhone. Start the calibration process, put your iPhone’s front-facing camera near the TV, and Apple TV 4K will automatically optimize its own colour/contrast output accordingly.They have redesigned the remote They have moved away from the much-lamented touchpad remote, building this new remote around a five-way click pad complete with iPod-esque scroll wheel. With a Siri button on the side, to talk to your TV instead of pushing buttons. Word is (via WSJ’s Joanna Stern) they’ll also be selling this remote separately for $59 for use with the previous-gen Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD.$179 for 32 GB model or $199 for 64 GB.

New iMacs – • 24-inch “4.5K” display.• With a decent webcam! Which will ship with a 1080p FaceTime camera.• Pre-orders start April 20, shipping in late May.• $1,299 gets you an 8-core CPU/7-core GPU setup, while $1,499 will bump it up to 8-core CPU/8-core GPU.• It’ll come in seven colours: green, yellow, pink, orange, blue, purple and silver. Some colours will only be available in the more expensive model.• Both models come with a 256 GB SSD, and two Thunderbolt ports. The $1,499 model adds two USB 3 ports.• Apple will ship a new version of its Bluetooth Magic Keyboard, now complete with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor. 

New iPad Pros -According to Apple this in the product will brings a 50% performance improvement over the previous iPad Pro.Here are the specs! • 8-core GPU/8-core CPU.• The 11-inch model will start at $799, while the 12.9-inch model will start at $1,099.• Cellular models will now have 5G support.• Thunderbolt and USB 4 support through the USB-C port.• The 12.9-inch model will have “Liquid Retina XDR” display that Apple says packs 1,000 nits of full-screen brightness or 1,600 nits of peak brightness.• A feature Apple calls “Center Stage” will automatically keep your face in the center of the frame during FaceTime calls, even as you move about the room.• Up to 2 TB of built-in storage, and 16 GB of RAM.

Everything you need to know about Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ event announcements
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