Apple’s $329 iPad Is Here to Take on the Laptop

Plus the unveiling of AppleCare+ and the best premium upgrade to your Apple Watch.

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We were at Apple’s keynote announcement Tuesday when the company announced its new lineup of iPhones, Apple Watches and Apple services. Following the keynote, our tech desk answered the questions you probably had on your mind: Do you need the iPhone 11 and what about the other Apple products it was rumored to announce? Let’s look back at this crazy week in Apple news.


The Biggest Things Apple Didn’t Announce (But Still Might)

Apple brought more to the stage this week than just new iPhones. Here are some of the rumored products that weren't announced, but might still be coming down the pike.

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Why Titanium Is the Best Premium Material for an Apple Watch Yet

The already popular tool watch material makes so much sense for smartwatches.

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iPad OS Is Transforming the iPad Into a Laptop

Apple is making big changes to the way we use iPads.

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5 Crucial Takeaways from Apple’s iPhone Pro Event

Now that the chaos of the initial reveals is starting to die down, here are our biggest takeaways from Apple's latest new products.

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At Just $329, Apple’s New iPad May Finally Replace Your Laptop

The newest tablet from Apple may be powerful enough to take on laptops.

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The Best Announcement from the Apple Event Was on Old Hardware

The launch of Apple's Series 5 watch means a huge price slash for the Series 3.

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Big News: You Can Now Extend An iPhone’s Warranty for Longer Than Two Years

Apple is updating AppleCare+, its warranty service, so that you can pay a monthly fee after your 24 months of coverage runs out.

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With the iPhone Pro, Apple Is Finally Justifying the Price of Its Most Expensive Phones

Apple just announced its new iPhones. Here's everything you need to know.

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